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JAN Journal Club Meeting, January 15

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Wednesday, January 15, at 12noon EST  /  17 Greenwich time

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JAN Journal Club Meeting

Join us at the first meeting of the on-line Journal Club on Wednesday,
January 15, at 12noon EST / 1700 Greenwich time. The Journal Club will be discussing
the article:

Assessment Protocol for Older Adults with Substance Use
by Dr. Kenneth McRae

Lead author Dr. Kenneth McRae will be present to join in our discussion.

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The article can be found in the October/December 2019 Issue of JAN, pg
242-247
. IntNSA members can access the Journal Archive at
https://www.intnsa.org/my-membership/,
login is required. Once logged in, click the “JAN Online Access” link to access
the archive and view the article.

The purpose of the Journal Club is to evaluate and discuss research studies
presented in the JAN, considering the implications of the study for clinical
practice, education and research. On January 15, 2020, the Journal Club will be
discussing the article Assessment protocol for older adults with substance use,
by K. McRae. Lead author Dr. Kenneth McRae will be present to join in our
discussion. While the conversation will begin with the research article, the
true value of the discussion will come from participants sharing expertise and
strategies in addiction nursing. Please read the article to be discussed prior
to our meeting.

McRae, K. (2019). Assessment protocol for older adults with substance use,
Journal of Addictions Nursing, Volume 30, Issue 4, pg 242-247, October/December
2019.

The Journal of Addictions Nursing (JAN), the official journal of the
International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA), is a peer-reviewed
quarterly international journal publishing original articles on current
research, issues, practices and innovations as they relate to the field of
addictions. Submissions are solicited from professional nurses and other
healthcare professionals engaged in treatment, prevention, education, research,
and consultation.

The International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) is a professional
specialty organization for nurses who are committed to the prevention,
intervention, treatment, and management of substance abuse, misuse, and
addictive disorders.

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