In case you missed it: Compelling talks about research in humanitarian crises, the overdose epidemic, and more

December 05, 2019

This month, SIG was pleased to co-host several talks relating to the overdose epidemic, evidence-based research in humanitarian crises, and social work in a global setting. The complete recorded livestreams for each of these talks is now available.

Presentations about the HEALing Communities Study

HEALing Communities Introductory Event: Columbia Scientists Tackle the Opioid Crisis in New York State


panel, aerial view
aimee talks with host richard

HEALing Communities event series talk with Drs. Bruce Schackman and Laura Starbird: Economic Evaluation of Integrated Opioid Overdoses Reduction Interventions

Learn more about the HEALing Communities Study below.

Introducing the HEALing Communities Study
anindita presenting

Presentations focused on SIG's global work

Dr. Anindita Dasgupta, Co-Investigator, Project ASPIRE, presents at inaugural Albert & Willma Musher Talk: Evidence-based Practice in Humanitarian Crises: Examples and Lessons from the Field


tara and sholpan

Tara McCrimmon and Sholpan Primbetova present: Global Social Work in Kazakhstan