SECAD

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SECADSystems Engineering Computer Aided Design (software)
SECADSimultaneous Engineering by Concurrent Access of Data
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This year marks the last SECAD, which will soon evolve into the annual National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD) to be held September 8-11, 2010, in Washington, D.C.
Produced by Vendome Group, publisher of Addition Professional, SECAD is a collaborative effort of a number of leading professional associations in the field.
The 2010 award recipients will be honored in February at the SECAD 2010 conference in Nashville, an event sponsored by Addiction Professionals publisher, Vendome Group.
Here is the invitation: NAATP invites associations that would like to explore "raising the umbrella" to send their executive and one key board member to explore this idea in a meeting at the South East Conference on Addictive Diseases (SECAD) in Atlanta from November 28 to 30.
Vendome Group, publishers of Addiction Professional and Behavioral Healthcare magazines, announces that SECAD.10 will be taking place February 21-24, in Nashville, Tennessee at the Gaylord Opryland.
Em 2009, a Capes, em parceria com a Secad, publicou um edital especifico para fomentar estudos e pesquisas em nivel de pos-graduacao, com foco na educacao basica intercultural indigena e prioridade para a formacao de professores e gestores educacionais para os Territorios Etnoeducacionais.
"I was talking at [the SECAD '09 addiction conference] with a retired colonel, and he said that until recently your status as a soldier was compromised if you were found to have PTSD," Boriskin says.
Our three winners in the respective categories--Glynis Matthews, Ruthann Adam and Frederick Montgomery--are profiled in this issue, and will be recognized at the SECAD '09 conference in Atlanta on Feb.
But a thought-provoking panel discussion at last November's SECAD 2007 conference showed that even those physicians with the richest background in addiction issues still offer divergent opinions on some of the field's most fundamental topics.
If you don't think new influences are in play within the addiction treatment industry, take a look at the session topics for last month's SECAD 2007 conference, long considered a must-attend event for honing clinical skills.
At the recent SECAD '06 conference for addiction professionals, an entire day on the agenda was devoted to the promise of medications for enhancing outcomes in the treatment of chemical dependence.