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TCD Recovery Event: Let’s Talk About Recovery

Professor Jo-Hanna Ivers, Associate Dean of Civic Engagement and Social Innovation is delighted to invite you to a special guest seminar entitled: "Let's Talk About Recovery: Closing the gap between scientific evidence and political will to improve recovery pathways globally."

Date: 11th November 

Venue:Public Theatre (Exams Hall) directly accessed from Front Square, main campus, Trinity College Dublin. https:More information can be found here

Time: 9:00 - 13:00


Register for this event here.Registration open from 8:45am on the morning of the event. 

About the event

Under the overarching theme of Addiction Recovery, we will hear from the leading global experts in Addiction Recovery: Professor John Kelly, Professor David Best, Professor Ed Day, Professor Emily Hennessey, and Professor Keith Humphreys. Below is an outline of the talks and a brief biography of each speaker.

  • 9.15 - 9.30 Professor Jo-Hanna Ivers, Trinity College Dublin, Introductions and Irish Context.
  • 9.30-10.00 Professor John Kelly, Harvard University, The Addiction Recovery Landscape.
  • 10.00-10.30 Professor David Best, Leeds Trinity University, Developing Recovery Capital and Mobilising Communities.
  • 10.30-11.00 Professor Ed Day, University of Birmingham, The University as a Micro Recovery Community.
  • 11.00-11.01 One-Minute Observation Armistice Day.
  • 11.01-11.15 Refreshments.
  • 11.15-11.45 Professor Emily Hennessy, Harvard University, Developing Recovery and Recovery Capital among Emerging Adults in Collegiate Recovery Settings.
  • 11.45 -12.15 Professor Keith Humphreys, Stanford University, Harnessing Political Will for Addiction Recovery: the necessary steps.
  • 12.15-12.35 Q&A.


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