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Training for alcohol and drug workers
a sHOT In THe DarK
Steroids, IPEDs – the hidden harm
Find out the latest on IPEDs (image and performance enhancing
drugs), the massive increase in their use and developments
in treatment through psychosocial interventions.
A conference for professionals in substance misuse,
community health, police, probation, gym management,
employee welfare and young people’s education.
26th april 2018
9am – 4pm Colchester, Essex (Weston Homes Community Stadium)
Key speaKers: Jim McVeigh – Director: Public Health Institute, Liverpool John Moores University
susan Backhouse – Professor of Psychology & Behavioural Nutrition, Head of Centre for Sports Performance,
Leeds Beckett University • Ian Boardley, Researcher and Lecturer (IPEDs in sport, exercise and dance),
University of Birmingham • Katinka Van de Ven – National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, University of
New South Wales • Kyle Mulrooney – National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, University of New England
Dave Crosland – Croslands Harm Reduction Services (former bodybuilder and steroid user).
engage: Panel discussion – Q&A with expert speakers – Network with fellow professionals
Tickets: £125 per person including refreshments, lunch and conference papers.
special rate: £100 per person for joint bookings of two or more from the same organisation.
Book your tickets now at
www.eventbrite.co.uk (IPED Conference 2018)
For exhibitor opportunities, accommodation and more: www.openroad.org.uk/conference2018
Or email: [email protected] • Phone: 01206 369782
NEW – ‘stepped training’
programme for 2018
Seven days leading to the Gestalt Centre’s Certificate of
Competence in this important evidence-based intervention
Run in Birmingham • Trainer Pip Mason
Step 1: The Foundation – two day workshop
March 7/8 and June 20/21
Step 2: Intermediate – two day workshop