CADCA’s partner, the Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA) and its StopMedicineAbuse.org campaign will host a forum called “Inside the Teen Brain: Is there an app for that?” at 9:30 a.m. EST Sept. 29 to kick off October’s National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month (#NMAAM). The live webcast is open to the public.
Kareemah Abdullah, CADCA’s Director of the National Community Anti-Drug Coalition Institute & Vice President of Training Operations, will be one of the guest speakers.
During the forum, Emily Skor, Vice President of Communications and Executive Director of the CHPA Educational Foundation, will moderate a candid dialogue between renowned parenting and drug prevention industry experts about real issues that affect parents and teens every day. Webcast participants will have the opportunity to ask questions following the presentations.
Featured panelists include:
- Darby Fox, Childhood and Adolescent Therapist
- Kinney Edwards, Executive Creative Director, Tribal Worldwide
- Sean Clarkin, Director of Strategy and Program Management, Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
- Kareemah Abdullah, Director of the National Community Anti-Drug Coalition Institute & Vice President of Training Operations, CADCA
Join the WebEx meeting from here, using this meeting number: 193 578 918
Dial-in to hear audio: 877-746-4263, using this access code: 024 074 4#
Not able to watch live? The webcast will be archived and shared on StopMedicineAbuse.org’s Five Moms blog.
Need ideas on what to do during NMAAM? Check out preventrxabuse.org for infographics, a widget, marketing materials and register for the CADCA 50 Challenge.