Drugs and Alcohol in Sports: The Silent Epidemic

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The 2012 Swinburne University Sport and Recreation Conference to be held in Melbourne on the 13th of November, will see, Australian psychologists, academics and healthcare professionals address how the scientific causes for drug and alcohol addiction suggests why some athletes turn to drug and alcohol abuse.

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“Drugs and Alcohol in Sports: The Silent Epidemic”
2012 Swinburne University Sport and Recreation Conference
Westpac Lounge – Westpac Centre, Melbourne
Tuesday 13 November at 9am

The 2012 Swinburne University Sport and Recreation Conference to be held in Melbourne on the 13th of November, will see, Australian psychologists, academics and healthcare professionals address how the scientific causes for drug and alcohol addiction suggests why some athletes turn to drug and alcohol abuse.

Australian sports administrators, academics, healthcare professionals and people interested in current sporting issues are invited to attend the Westpac Lounge at the Westpac Centre in Melbourne Tuesday the 13th of November at 9am for registration.

2012 Swinburne University Sport and Recreation Conference
Westpac Lounge – Westpac Centre, Melbourne
Tuesday 13 November at 9am

For more information please contact Edelman Healthcare

Christie Galloway, Account Manager
+61 (02) 9291 3368, Christie.galloway (at) edelman (dot) com

Amy Sanders, Account Executive
+61 (02) 9291 3364, amy.sanders (at) edelman (dot) com

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