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Gioco d'azzardo patologico

Categoria

Organizzazione Congressi scientifici

Data

2014-2015

Cliente

SIP - Società Italiana di Psichiatria Sezione Piemonte e Valle d'Aosta

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PROGETTO

Negli ultimi anni, il fenomeno del gioco d’azzardo ha registrato un’espansione crescente, richiedendo un intervento sempre più articolato e mirato ai bisogni di una fascia di popolazione molto ampia e diversificata.

 

Proprio per questo motivo, il Centro Torinese di Solidarietà e il Dipartimento Patologia delle Dipendenze “C. Olievenstein” (ASL TO2), nell’ambito delle politiche di formazione, aggiornamento e integrazione delle competenze tra Servizi Pubblici ed Enti Ausiliari Accreditati, propongono una giornata studio sul fenomeno del Gioco d'Azzardo Patologico.

L’obiettivo è di approfondire la comprensione del fenomeno partendo da una evidenziazione degli aspetti specifici del problema e delle indicazioni diagnostiche, per poi affrontare l’area dei trattamenti, sia clinici che riabilitativi.

GIORNATE STUDIO

Per le due giornate studio:

 

Gioco d'azzardo patologico: il fenomeno e l’inquadramento diagnostico (2014)

 

Diagnosi e Trattamento del gioco d’azzardo patologico nel sistema dei Servizi Sanitari (2015)

 

Stilema ha curato l'organizzazione logistica e l'accreditamento ECM.

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