Conferences and training



If you'd like to invite a researcher whose presence could benefit members and friends of the Réseau, whether as part of the annual symposium or a special event, do not hesitate to contact us as soon as you have an opportunity. The Réseau may invite this researcher or contribute to the researcher's invitation (e.g., you know that an international researcher you'd like to invite will attend a conference in Toronto and you'd also like to invite him or her as part of one of the Réseau's activity). 

Please contact us with the name of the speaker, the title of the presentation, the location of the presentation, the name of the event (if applicable), the approximate date, the funds you need to invite them (and the contribution requested from the Réseau) as well as any other relevant information. We'll contact you later to help you organize the invitation to everyone.

Our guests:

Summer School on Addictions, University of Sherbrooke (Longueuil Campus), conference broadcast by videoconference
Bridie Scott-Parker
Senior researcher, Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience – Thompson Institute, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
Drinking, drugs, and driving: The Sunshine Coast experience

Université de Sherbrooke (Campus de Longueuil); conference broadcast by videoconference and WebEX
Dr Flavio Pechansky
Professor and director for the Center for Drug and Alcohol Research affiliated, Federal University of Rio Grande Sul (UFRGS), Brazil
Treatment for drug addiction in Brazil: A puzzle with missing pieces

VIe Colloque annuel du Réseau de recherche en sécurité routière du Québec
Alison Macpherson
Professor, York University, Toronto
Enfants actifs, sains et sécurisés : Les défis et les succès dans la prévention des blessures chez les enfants



You are invited to participate in this webinar Prosecuting DUI Cases.
Date: On demand

The recording of the webinar Leading Future Improvements in Transportation Safetycohosted by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and TRB is available online.