LATEST PUBLICATIONS

CRISA is delighted to announce the latest addition to our publications list.-Perspectives on Drugs, Alcohol and Society in Nigeria (Edited by Gboyega Abikoye & Isidore S. Obot)-Availability and use of psychoactive substances in Nigeria: Qualitative and Quantitative studies in diverse setting (Edited by Isidore S. Obot & Akanidomo J. Ibanga)For Information on Purchase, downloads and mailing of these publications, please

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Memento from CRISA @ 30

On 27th October 2021, at the opening ceremony of the 5th National Symposium on Drugs and Drug Policy in Nigeria, CRISA celebrated her 30th birthday. The centre actually turned 30 in 2020 but could not celebrate in any way because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The celebration took the form of cutting of a birthday cake by the CRISA Director, Professor Isidore Obot,

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Draft Announcement/program outline for GAPA Virtual Event 12-14 October

The Global Alcohol Policy Alliance Virtual Event 2021 will be held 12-13 October 2021, in the same week that was originally planned for GAPC 2021. While GAPC has been postponed to 2023 the GAPA Virtual Event will offer interactive sessions in different time zones. Each day there will be a session with key-note speakers which will be repeated in three

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MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION GUIDELINES – 5th National Symposium on Drugs and Drug Control Policy

Please follow the following guidelines in preparing your paper: Authors are required to prepare manuscripts in accordance with the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition). All components of the manuscript should be double-spaced, including the title page, abstract, references, author(s) note, acknowledgement and appendixes. Authors are encouraged to keep manuscripts as concise as possible, with a length

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CRISA International Drug Day Event

To mark the INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST DRUG USE AND ILLICIT TRAFFICKING OF DRUGS, the Centre for Research and Information on Substance Abuse spent the day conversing with officers of the Nigerian Correctional Service, Akwa Ibom State Command. These officers were drawn from all custodial centres in Akwa Ibom and it was awesome learning about the implementation of non-custodial sentences. A

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CRISA Boss Meets Controller General of Nigerian Correctional Service, Uyo Command

The Executive Director, Centre for Research and Substance Abuse (CRISA) Prof. Isidore Obot was on a working visit to the State Headquarters, Nigerian Correctional Service, Akwa Ibom State Command today 19th May, 2021. The CRISA boss discussed ways in which the two agencies can collaborate in treatment of drug users in the society. Controller of Corrections, Akinlola Orisabinone receiving Prof.

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