In honor of his late son, A. Omar Abubaker, DMD, PhD, a recent graduate of the IPAS Intermediate Certificate Programme in Addiction Studies and Chair of the Department of Oral and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgey at the VCU Health Centers, has taken on a mission to change medical and dental training in pain management. His goal: to combat the opioid crisis.
Staff from across King’s Health Partners have been recognized in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Understand how to recognize addiction and to match a person with alcohol and other drug problems to treatment using a full range of evidence-based responses. Self-paced free program now open to all.
We’ve long heard we can’t blame people for their addiction because it’s a disease, but is it?
King’s is now one of only seven UK universities to be ranked in the Top 50 of the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) league table, also known as the Shanghai Ranking. King’s has moved up five positions in the ranking since 2015, which was first published in 2003.
Robert Balster, a professor with Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, is actively involved in efforts to end the opioid epidemic that is gripping Virginia.
Librarians at VCU, King’s College London, and the University of Adelaide, supported by QUEST grant funding from VCU, have created a unique single portal to support the research and information literacy of IPAS students and others interested in evidence-based information about addiction. To access the IPAS International Library, click here.
Beginning in the 2016-2017 academic year, the IPAS programme will undergo a change to its term structure.
Results are in! IPAS scores over 95% satisfaction rating from alumni.