Positive Sobriety Institute hosts and participates in a series of addiction-related health events and lectures. Through our events and lecture series, Dr. Dan Angres and other addiction experts present important topics on addiction. We invite you to attend upcoming discussions.
PSI Lunch and Learn Series
Our monthly Lunch and Learn presents the most recent advances in the treatment of substance use disorders. Events are held from 12:00-1:00 pm CT (time may vary, please review event detail), and a Q&A session follows from 1:00-1:30. Lunch is provided, and Continuing Education hours are offered. Events are held at Positive Sobriety Institute, 680 N. Lake Shore Drive Suite 800 Chicago.
Previous Events and Lectures
May 25, 2017: Marijuana: The New Big Tobacco? Lessons Learned from Legalization. Kevin A. Sabet, PhD. VIEW ONLINE 1 CE CREDIT
March 30, 2017: Synthetic Cannabinoids: A Review. Lauren Pace, DO. VIEW ONLINE 1 CE CREDIT
January 26, 2017: Internet Gaming Disorder: The Allure of the Virtual World. Anish John, MD VIEW ONLINE 1 CE CREDIT
October 27, 2016: Managing Disruptive Behavior in Healthcare Professionals. Philip Hemphill, Ph.D VIEW ONLINE 1 CE CREDIT
September 22, 2016: The Physician Health Program System of Care Management. Robert L. DuPont, MD VIEW ONLINE 1 CE Credit
May 26, 2016: Continuing Care Issues for Recovering Professionals. Wally Cross, RPh, MHS, CADC VIEW ONLINE 1 CE Credit
April 27, 2016: Healing the Healer. Dan Angres, MD, VIEW ONLINE 1 CE Credit
April 22, 2016: Personality Traits & Substance Misuse: Basic Research & Treatment Implications. P. Priscilla Lui, MA.VIEW ONLINE 1 CE Credit
March 30, 2016: Dual Diagnosis: Chicken, Egg or Both? Mark S. Gold, MD, Chairman of RiverMend Health Scientific Advisory Board VIEW ONLINE 1 CE Credit
February 25, 2016: DBT Skill for the Recovering Community. Dan Kobosky, LCSW, NCAC1, Executive Director. VIEW ONLINE 1.5 CE Credits
December 5, 2015: Educating the GME Learning Community About Impairment; Residents must be active participants in their own wellness, but they require training and preparation to avoid the pitfalls of their fast-paced work environment – and other members of the GME community need training as well. Karen Broquet, MD and Dan Angres, MD.
June 12, 2015: “Healing the Healer” presented at the American Bar Association/Chicago Medical Society Physician Legal Issues Conference: Dr. Daniel Angres Presenting with book chapter in the published proceedings.
June 10, 2015: Overview on Detoxification: Presentation to NU hospitalists Dr. Daniel Angres
May 29, 2015: 1st Annual Symposium on Addiction “Marijuana, Medicine or Madness” Lombard Illinois. Illinois Professional Health Program, Advocate Behavioral Health, PSI/Dr. Daniel Angres, co-sponsors
May 20, 2015: Physician Impairment and Wellness, NU Forensic Psychiatry Fellows: Dr. Daniel Angres
May 13, 2015: Psychopharmacology of Cocaine, NU 2nd year psychiatry residents: Dr. Daniel Angres
May 11, 2015: PSI Special Presentation: “My Addiction Research Career from Clonidine, Naltrexone, Dopamine, Cocaine and Smoking to Gambling, Sex and Food”: Mark Gold M.D. 12:00 NOON.
May 6, 2015: Mentoring Meeting NU, Dr. Daniel Angres
April 29, 2015: Psychopharmacology of Opiates, NU 2nd year psychiatry residents: Dr. Daniel Angres
April 16, 2015: NU CME Internal Medicine “The Disease of Addiction” Dr. Daniel Angres
April 13, 2015: Published article in Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders (J Csernansky, Section Editor)”
“Treatment Strategies for Cannabis Use in Schizophrenia”
Brian R. Schultz, M.D., Ph.D1 Lisette Rodriguez-Cabezas, M.D1 Daniel Angres, M.D1,2 Matthew J. Smith, Ph.D1,3,*
April 6th-7th 2015:“Masters of Addiction” conference, Augusta Ga.” Dr. Daniel Angres et.al.
March 13th 2015: Open House and Keynote: “Marijuana and Opioid “Cross Talk”, Risks for the
Born, Unborn,” by Bertha Madras P.H.D., Professor of Psychobiology, Harvard
Medical School and Member, RiverMend Health Scientific Advisory Board.
March 11th 2015: NU Grand Rounds: NU 3rd year Residents: Overview of Addiction, inspired by 3rd year PSI rotations.
February 26th 2015: Joint NU and PSI Addiction Rounds: “The role of personality in addiction: Research and treatment implications” Phil Chow, Psychology Intern, Dr. Daniel Angres
February 10th 2015: Physician Wellness to Illinois Masonic Medical Staff: Dr. Daniel Angres
February 4th 2015: Psychopharmacology of Alcoholism to NU 3rd year psychiatry residents: Dr. Daniel Angres