Information Professionals: Building Alliances for
Mental Health, Substance Use and Addictions

Substance Abuse Librarians & Information Specialists
Association of Mental Health Librarians

2019 Annual Conference - SALIS's 41st, SALIS/AMHL's 4th
April 23-26, 2019 · Boston, MA, USA

For the 2019 SALIS/AMHL conference, we asked presenters to consider how our work as information professionals could build and even strengthen partnerships among many sectors through collaborating, sharing and engaging.

The result was a dynamic program of presentations on a huge range of topics, from alcohol advertising for youth, the history of mental health treatment, and ways to challenge stigma, to the use of art therapy at all levels of care (providers and patients), supporting mental health literacy, and helping public librarians in their frontline battle against the opioid epidemic.

View the full 2019 program.

As always, SALIS greatly appreciates the support of its generous 2019 Sponsors and Exhibitors!

For a look at other past conferences, please visit our Conference Archive.

Available Poster and Presentation Slides

Wednesday, April 24

Brunner title slide Halpin title slide Lacroix title slide Trobaugh title slide
The opioid crisis and public libraries.
Meg Brunner, University of Washington
With a little help from my friends: How the NNLM is challenging the stigma of addiction one connection at a time.
Susan Halpin, New England NNLM
Cannabis legalization in Canada: It's happened!
Sheila Lacroix, Consultant
Art in medicine: The good, bad, and ugly.
John Trobaugh, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Thursday, May 3

Jernigan title slide Dold title slide Levin/Goodair/Michot title slide DeJong title slide
Policy approaches for regulating alcohol marketing in a global context: A public health perspective.
David Jernigan, Boston University School of Public Health
Engaging in minority population health research.
Claudia Dold, University of South Florida
The disposition and treatment of persons with substance use disorders within the framework of the 19th century moral therapy era.
Len Levin, Harvard Medical School
Christine Goodair, St. George's University of London
Isabelle Michot, Observatorie Francais des Drogues et des Toxicomanies
Alcohol brand use of youth-appealing advertising and consumption by youth and adults.
William DeJong, Boston University School of Public Health