A conceptual structure for drug addiction that focuses on changes in reward system function that lead to excessive drug intake provides a framework with which to identify the neurobiological and neuroadaptive mechanisms involved in the neurobiology of drug addiction.
M31 Neurobiology of Addiction - 3 Hours CEU/CPD
Distance Learning Information
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If you apply for the distance learning option, once you have completed your application and made payment, you will be sent a link to the ACCSA Distance Learning Portal (www.accsaportal.net). Follow the link and then click the “Sign Up” tab at the bottom right of the home page. Create a login with your chosen username and password, and these will be sent to us for approval.
Once your application and payment has been confirmed, we will send you the password(s) for your selected course module(s).
When you gain access to the course content, you will be able to view the training videos (if applicable), as well as download course manuals and other documentation.
You may study the course material at your own pace, and when you feel you are ready to take the exam, simply mail us at email@example.com to book a date and time that suits you best. On the chosen date and time, simply login to the “Examination” tab on the ACCSA Distance Learning Portal Site and follow the instructions on the page.
All ACCSA tests and examinations are done through Skype linkup with an ACCSA Examination Proctor live. If you complete an examination successfully, your certificate will be couriered to you.
To take an exam, simply login to your Skype account on the chosen date and time, and call the examination proctor. The Skype Address for the examination proctor is “accsa.proctor”. Send the proctor a contact request to start.