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NIAAA Roundtable Discussion on Defining "Recovery" - September 30th, 2020

News Date: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 13:00

Please see the information below for an upcoming Roundtable on Wednesday September 30th, 2020 Noon-3pm led by NIAAA on defining "recovery" from alcohol use disorder. 
Agenda for Virtual Recovery Roundtable 

George Koob, Ph.D.        

Institute Director, NIAAA            

“Introductory Remarks” 


Brett Hagman, Ph.D. 

Program Director, NIAAA            

“Recovery from Alcohol Use Disorder: Development of a NIAAA Definition”  


John F. Kelly, Ph.D.              

Recovery Research Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School Departments of Psychiatry         

“On Defining Recovery: Utility and Challenges” 


Stephen Maisto, Ph.D. 

Syracuse University                      

Reaction to and Reception of NIAAA’s Proposed Definition of AUD Recovery” 


Constance Weisner, Ph.D. 

Kaiser Permanente                       

A Health Services Approach to Studying Recovery in Health Systems” 


Katie Witkiewitz, PhD,  

University of New Mexico       

 “Individuals with Alcohol Use Disorder Can Achieve and Sustain Non- Abstinent Recovery” 


Jalie Tucker, Ph.D. 

University of Florida                     

Why studying multiple pathways to AUD recovery matters:  Lessons learned from natural recovery research” 


Sarah E. Zemore, Ph.D. 

Alcohol Research Group (ARG) 

 “Defining Recovery: Experiential Perspectives of those in Recovery” 


Christine Timko, Ph.D. 

Stanford University                      

“NIAAA’s Recovery Definition and Mutual-Help Research: Joining Science and Experience” 


Recovery Panel                              

“Q and A Session with Recovery Panel” 


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