Application Students from any country in Europe, or from other countries, are welcome to apply. For more precise details of application, application forms and fees, please consult the specific university: Torino University www.emdas.it Aarhus University www.crf.au.dk European Masters in Drug and Alcohol Studies For further information please contact: prof. Fabrizio Faggiano, master leader e-mail: [email protected] dott. Marta Dotti, master tutor e-mail: [email protected] A multi-disciplinary perspective third edition 2014-2016 This MA is designed to stimulate reflection and debate on topics in substance use and misuse from a multi-disciplinary, European and cross-national perspective. It is run jointly by three universities: Universitas Miguel Hernandez de Elche - Alicante (Spain), Aarhus University (Denmark) and the “A. Avogadro” University (Italy). Students will have access to a group of European teachers and students and opportunities to study in partner universities or undertake placements in Europe. Faculty Fabrizio Faggiano - Università del Piemonte Orientale - A. Avogadro Franca Beccaria - Università del Piemonte Orientale - A. Avogadro Laura Amato - Cochrane Drugs & Alcohol Review Group Bagga Bjerge - Aarhus University - Aarhus Marica Ferri - European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Abuse Vibeke Asmussen Frank - Aarhus University - Aarhus Esben Houborg - Aarhus University - Aarhus Torsten Kolind - Aarhus University - Aarhus Daniel Lloret - Universitas Miguel Hernandez de Elche - Alicante Pierpaolo Pani - Asl8 Regione Calabria Mads Uffe Pedersen - Aarhus University - Aarhus Franco Prina - Università di Torino Daniele Scarscelli - Università del Piemonte Orientale - A.Avogadro Betsy Thom - Middlesex University - London Sébastien Tutenges - Aarhus University - Aarhus Programme of study and content The Master program includes: 1) An introductory module, that will be held at the Universitas Miguel Hernandez de Elche in Alicante from 6 to 9 October 2014 2) Four mandatory e-learning modules: a. Substance use and addiction theories b. Drug and alcohol policies in Europe c. Evidence-based practice applied to prevention & treatment d. Responses to the problem of drug abuse and addiction 3) Two e-learning modules to be chosen from the following: a. Research methods for drug and alcohol b. Drugs and crime in Europe d. User perspectives in drug and alcohol treatment e. Cultural and social aspects of drug and alcohol use 4) One intensive week organized by one of the partner universities (Turin or Aarhus) 5) A not compulsory training in one of the partner university 6) A graduation ceremony that will be held at the EMCDDA in Lisbon.