This webinar is part of the Applying a sex, gender, trauma & equity lens to substance use webinar series.
Methamphetamine use is a growing concern in Canada, associated with numerous negative health and social consequences. While sex and gender affect uptake, patterns of use, responses, and treatment access and outcomes for all substances, evidence-based practices and health information exploring sex and gender related factors and methamphetamine use are limited. With funding from Health Canada’s Substance Use and Addictions Program, the Stimulating Conversations project by the Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health focused on improving treatment responses for methamphetamine use from a sex, gender, trauma and equity lens. Watch this webinar to learn more about the project findings, the resources that have been created, and how they can apply to your practice.