Webinar on


April 15, 2021


Theme: Addiction Medicine, Behavioral Health and Psychiatry

Meetings International gladly invites worldwide participants to attend Addictions-2021 webinar which is going to be held during March 29, 2021 which includes prompt keynote presentations & Oral talks from Addiction scientists, doctors, students etc.

Addictions-2021 webinar is an expedient platform for bringing together specialized academics, brain researchers, public health professionals, scientists, industry researchers and scholars around the world and celebrating their knowledge under one roof. This prestigious webinar encourages new ideas for young researchers to enhance their skills and interact with the adepts of the sector. National webinars and workshops provide a dedicated platform for up gradation, execution and exchange of information about Addictions and its relevant aspects.


1.Addiction and Neuroscience:

Neuroscience research has revealed that addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease of the brain triggered by repeated exposure to drugs in those who are vulnerable because of genetics and developmental or adverse social exposure. Addiction, the most severe form of substance use disorder, is a chronic brain disorder molded by strong biosocial factors that has devastating consequences to individuals and to society. Our understanding of substance use disorder has advanced significantly over the last 3 decades in part due to major progress in genetics and neuroscience research and to the development of new technologies, including tools to interrogate molecular changes in specific neuronal populations in animal models of substance use disorder, as well as brain imaging devices to assess brain function and neurochemistry in humans.

2. Alcohol Abuse, Alcoholism and Dependence

Alcohol affects people in different ways. Some people can enjoy a glass of wine with food and drink moderate amounts of alcohol in social settings without any problems. Having one or fewer drinks per day for women and two or fewer drinks per day for men is considered moderate drinking, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Trusted Source. Drinking alcohol too much or too often, or being unable to control alcohol consumption, can be a sign of a larger problem. Two different issues that some people can develop are alcohol abuse or alcoholism, also known as alcohol dependency.

3.Addiction Medicine and Science

 40 million Americans ages 12 and over meet the clinical criteria for addiction involving nicotine, alcohol or other drugs. That is more than the number of people with heart conditions, diabetes or cancer. Meanwhile, another 80 million Americans fall into the category of risky substance users, defined as those who are not addicted, but use tobacco, alcohol and other drugs in ways that threaten public health and safety.

4. Addiction Research and Therapy

The journal is mainly focused on the mechanism of action of drugs with addictive potential. The journal accepts original research review articles, short communications from both animal experimentation analysis and clinical research. The journal will focus on addictions and mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia and bipolar disorders and treatments.

Aim and Scope

 This Journal includes a wide range of fields such as Addiction Recovery, Drug Rehabilitation, Substance-Related Disorders, Drug            Addiction Treatment, Psychiatric problems behind addiction. The journal helps better understand mental disorders in order to increase the quality of future treatments

5.Drug and Substance Abuse

Substance abuse isn't something you should take lightly. It occurs when you use alcohol, prescription medicine, and other legal and illegal substances too much or in the wrong way.Substance abuse differs from addiction. Many people with substance abuse problems are able to quit or can change their unhealthy behavior. Addiction, on the other hand, is a disease. It means you can’t stop using even when your condition causes you harm.