Jazan University signs a collaboration memorandum with the Anti-drugs National Commission
Jazan University signed a mutual collaboration memorandum with the Anti-drugs National Commission. This cooperation stems out as one of the roles of the Substance Abuse Research Center (SARC) in the research of drugs and addiction.
Jazan University was represented by Dr Rashad al-Sunusi, Dean of Scientific Research and SARC Director, and Professor Mofarij al-Haqbani, represented the Anti-drugs National Commission. Both signed the memorandum.
Dr al-Sunusi said that this agreement aims at conducting research and studies. They will be designing awareness and rehabilitation programs, setting the tools of assessing these programs, giving consultations and conducting workshops.
Dr al-Sunusi added that the agreement contained many provisions including duties and responsibilities of each party, and that collaborative work should be done side by side. SARC will make available the efforts of the Commission through research and publications in scientific journals, and that both parties will cooperate in forming effective teams to achieve the desired results.
Jazan University signs a collaboration memorandum with the Saudi Psychiatry Association
Jazan University, represented by Substance Abuse Research Center (SARC), signed an agreement with the Saudi Psychiatry Association. This memorandum translates the roles of SARC and the Association in conducting research of drug abuse and addiction, developing the skills of practitioners, and organizing seminars.
Jazan University was represented by Dr Rashad al-Sunusi, Dean of Scientific Research and SARC Director, and Dr Mahdi Saeed Abu Madini, Head of the Association, represented the Saudi Psychiatry Association.
This memorandum will last for three years during which studies will be conducted as agreed. It aims at conducting research and studies, organizing various programs, including those of rehab and training practitioners in helping addicts.
The memorandum indicates in its terms to conduct studies and programs of training and prevention as well as evaluating its effectiveness. It also stresses collaboration to overcome any obstacles that may stand against achieving the provisions in this agreement.