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Article du Figaro 14/12/19 sur la "Théorie de l'Escalade des Addictions"

Popularisée dans les années 1980, la théorie selon laquelle la consommation de drogues dites «douces» prépare le terrain à des conduites addictives plus dangereuses est battue en brèche par les spécialistes.

Par le journaliste Pierre SAUTREUIL

Avec les Pr Nicolas AUTHIER (Clermont-Ferrand) et Amine BENYAMINA (Paris), et le Dr Ivana OBRADOVIC (OFDT, Paris), le Dr Benjamin ROLLAND.

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Conference at the Bachut Public Library, Lyon - March 18, 2018

The concept of addiction is presented in this conference through the complementary perspectives of three specialists: Benjamin ROLLAND, psychiatrist, addictologist (SUAL, University of Lyon, INSERM, CNRS), Guillaume SESCOUSSE, neuroscientist (INSERM, SUAL), and Mélanie TROUESSIN, Doctor of Philosophy (ENS Lyon).  

Article "Opioïdes - dépendance sur ordonnance", published on April 24, 2019 in the newspaper l'Express; written by Anna Benjamin.

This article writes about addiction to morphine-based painkillers, which are frequently prescribed in France. Anna Benjamin based her article on several patient testimonies and interviewed Benjamin ROLLAND, psychiatrist and addictologist at the Academic Department of Addiction Medicine in Lyon (SUAL), Nicolas AUTHIER, Professor of Pharmacology, and Mario BARMAKI, pain specialist. The idea that cannabis could be used as a substitution treatment is mentioned. 

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Le concept d'addiction à travers le regard complémentaire de 3 spécialistes : Benjamin ROLLAND, Guillaume SESCOUSSE et Mélanie TROUESSIN.

Conference at the Bachut Public Library, Lyon - March 18, 2018

The concept of addiction is presented in this conference through the complementary perspectives of three specialists: Benjamin ROLLAND, psychiatrist, addictologist (SUAL, University of Lyon, INSERM, CNRS), Guillaume SESCOUSSE, neuroscientist (INSERM, SUAL), and Mélanie TROUESSIN, Doctor of Philosophy (ENS Lyon).