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Saturday, June 4 • 11:10 - 12:15
Paper Session 32 - Public Health

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Paper #1: Patient Experiences of Autonomy and Coercion While Receiving Legal Leverage in Forensic Assertive Community Treatment
J. Steven Lamberti (University of Rochester Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry), with Ann Russ, Catherine Cerruli , Robert L. Weisman , David Jacobowitz , Geoffrey C. Williams
Paper #2: A population-based investigation of the use of compulsory addiction treatment
Karen Urbanoski (University of Victoria), with Chris Kenaszchuk, T. Cameron Wild
Paper #3: Social Control and Coercion in Addiction Treatment: Client and Provider Perspectives
T. Cameron Wild (University of Alberta), with Elaine Hyshka, Sara Komarnisky , Karen Urbanoski

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Cam Wild

Professor, University of Alberta


J. Steven Lamberti

University Of Rochester Medical Center, Department Of Psychiatry
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Karen Urbanoski

Assistant Professor, University of Victoria
I draw from my training in epidemiology and behavioural research to study the social determinants of substance-related problems and addiction, and how these affect access to health care and addiction treatment. I'm particularly interested in the effectiveness and implications of coercion and compulsory addiction treatment. I study the ways people recover from substance problems both with and without treatment, and consider how insights... Read More →

Saturday June 4, 2016 11:10 - 12:15
Empress - Crystal Ballroom