Faculty of Addictions Psychiatry Annual Conference Resources Page 2022

Welcome to the Faculty of Addictions Annual Conference 2022

Conference booklet and programme

  • The conference booklet is available to download (PDF), includes programme, session abstracts, speaker biographies and poster abstracts 
  • The conference programme is available to download (PDF)


This conference is eligible for up to six CPD hours per day, subject to peer group approval.


Certificates of attendance have been emailed to delegates.


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Thursday 28 April

Eradicating Racial Health Inequities using Recovery Science
Dr Corrie Vilsaint

Alcohol-related health inequalities and the equity implications of alternative policy options
Colin Angus

Club Drugs - an overview
Professor Owen Bowden-Jones

'De Quincey Reconsidered'
Professor John Strang

Friday 29 April

Journey of engagement dating from 2015 with the world of drug dependency
Professor Dame Carol Black

Concealed Pregnancy and Addiction
Dr Annie McCloud

Why we need to think differently about addiction in pregnancy
Dr Neil Aiton

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)
Professor Raja Mukherjee

Psychological management of gaming disorder
Dr Rebecca Lockwood

Excess and the Road to Ruin in nineteenth-century temperance imagery
Dr Annemarie McAllister

Seeing the Invisible: Validity and Viability in the Visual Rhetoric of Addiction Neuroimaging
Dr Timothy Hickman

Copies of the PowerPoint presentations will be made available to view here after the conference by kind permission of the presenters. If a presentation is not listed, it is because we have not received permission from the author. This page will be updated if further presentations are received.

All presentations remain the intellectual property of the author and it is strictly prohibited to copy, distribute or reproduce any information, images or data included in these presentations without the prior written consent of the author.