Since 2017, the Institute has been registered with the American System for Award Management (www.sam.gov) from the US Government and has been granted DUNS (Data Universal Numbering System) Code No. 363731660.
Since 2017, the Institute has been registered with the European Commission Research & Innovation Portal and has a
PIC (Participant Identification Code) Code No. 997391249.
International PEPFAR Addiction Technology Transfer Center – Ukraine
About the Project Project "The President's International Emergency Plan on AIDS Reduction and the Establishment of Addiction Technology Transfer Center " (PEPFAR Project).
The project aims to expand the existing network of Addiction Technology Transfer Centers in the United States and the creation of three international centers - in Southeast Asia, South Africa, and Ukraine. The establishment of such a center is the responsibility of the University of California, San Diego, Department of Psychiatry, Center for Research and Training in Dependency Medicine.
The basis of this center in Ukraine will be the Ukrainian Research Institute of Social and Forensic Psychiatry and Drug Abuse of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. A multidisciplinary center will be set up, whose main function is to increase the level of knowledge, skills and competences in the field of prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of people with dependent disorders in the field of general and specialized medical care, social services, legal and penitentiary systems.
Conference "Establishing a Center for the Dependence of Depending Technologies:
Filling Gaps and Strengthening Competencies"
The conference is supported by the Office of Mental Health and Dependence (SAMHSA) of the Department of Health and Social Services of the Federal Government in the framework of the project "President's International Emergency Plan for AIDS Reduction and the Establishment of Centers for the Detection of Technology in the Sphere of Dependence" (PEPFAR Project ) and is dedicated to the opening of the Center for the Detection of Dependence Technologies in Ukraine.
The conference was held in Kyiv on November 15-16, 2017 at the Hotel Hayat (A. Tarasova Street, 5).
First Research Course for Early Carrier Mental Health Specialists and Students
UNA Partnership is a collaborative initiative between Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU, Norway), Donetsk National Medical University, Ukrainian Research Institute of Social and Forensic Psychiatry and Drug Abuse of Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Ukrainian Catholic University, Yerevan State Medical University (Armenia), and World Health Organization’s Division of Non-communicable Diseases and Promoting Health through the Life-course in Europe.
The aim of the course is to provide a high-quality intensive training on the relevant elements of research including but not limited to: Designing a research project, starting research projects in busy clinical settings, research methods including most important principles of statistics, writing scientific papers and presenting scientific work.
The course is designed to provide tutorials and to be a platform for continuous training and collaborative investigations
D. Butenko (Ukraine), O. Tokarchuk (Ukraine), Camilla Nystrand (Sweden), Alexandra Troian (Ukraine),
Eteri Machavariani (Georgia), Ashmita Chaulagain (Norway)
WPA, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Section's Official Journal Issue 11, December 2017
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