Consultancy and Training
Global Drug Survey has provided technical expertise, research support, reports and health consultancy to the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD), Research Triangle Institute (RTI), The European Monitoring Centre on Drug and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), CARE-UK, Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs (ISCD), Australian and UK Police Forces, Star City Casino Sydney, Scottish Drugs Foundation (SDF), Crew-2000, North Dublin Regional Task Force in Ireland. Testimonials are available on request.
GDS has extensive experience and expertise in delivery delivering training to police, security, front of house and bar staff within entertainment venues. Based on training developed for the UK and Australian Police and Star City Casino in Sydney Australia, our training is engaging, pragmatic, relevant and fun. We offer face-to-face and on-line programs that can be crafted to suit your needs and time constraints. Lasting 1-4 hours, our training sessions focus on ensuring that your venue provides a safe environment for patrons and does not place them at risk by the inappropriate service of alcohol, or by neglecting obvious signs of drug intoxication that may warrant either refusal of service or medical attention. Using videos, role-play and real life scenarios, our training provides your staff with the skills they need to recognize and respond to drug and alcohol intoxication with in your venue. Our works helps you keep you your venue safe, welcoming and reduces the risk of litigation.
Dr. Adam Winstock is a highly skilled clinical trainer and facilitator. He has been an invited international keynote speaker for the last 15 years. He has developed and delivered a range of interactive training tools for clinical staff and users aimed at building capacity and understanding of key treatment issues. He lectures on all areas of drugs and alcohol including:
Cannabis – assessment and management of dependence, withdrawal and mental health
Club drugs – new drugs, harms, function and harm reduction
Drugs and prison
Alcohol – assessment, management of dependence and withdrawal, use of alcohol pharmacotherapies
Prescription medication use and non -medical use
Opioid substitution treatment, assessment, induction, withdrawal, dose optimisation, recovery orientated prescribing
Testimonials are available on request.