Speaking

Professor Saunders is an accomplished speaker on a wide range of topics and regularly appears as the keynote speaker at both local and international alcohol and drug conferences and mental health symposiums. He is also in demand to give lectures and workshops for general practitioners, medical specialists and other health professional groups. In addition he provides briefings for government bodies and international organisations such as the World Health Organization (WHO).

Upcoming conferences:

2018 APSAD Scientific Alcohol and Drug Conference, Auckland, 4th to 7th November, 2018

APSAD Auckland 2018 will focus on emerging issues, new treatment, prevention, and policy approaches to the drug and alcohol field and will feature an impressive selection of international and national keynote speakers as well as concurrent session presentations, poster presentations, symposia, and workshops.

Visit APSAD conference website 

Recent presentations:

"Overview of screening and diagnostic instruments for gaming and gambling disorders." Presentation at the WHO Advisory Group Meeting on the public health implications of addictive behaviours, Changsha, China, November 2018.

"Clinical descriptions and diagnostic guidelines for Gaming Disorder in ICD-11." Presentation at the WHO Advisory Group Meeting on the public health implications of addictive behaviours, Changsha, China, November 2018.

"Key considerations in the development of screening and diagnostic instruments for gaming and gambling disorders."
Presentation at the WHO Advisory Group Meeting on the public health implications of addictive behaviours, Changsha, China, November 2018.

"Interpretation of the Diagnostic Guidelines for Gaming Disorder in ICD-11."
Presentation prepared for the joint WHO-CSU Conference on "Behavioral Addiction: from Concept to Management", Changsha, China, 25 November 2018

 

 

Subscribe to email updates

We will only email you with actual news or updates that are meaningful to you. This means that we may email you every few months, sometimes more, sometimes less - but each time we write to you, it will be an email of substance.