Higher Education Center

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HECAOD podcasts feature voices from the field including prevention and recovery professionals, students, researchers, policy makers and parents. Our goal is to provide lively discussions on current topics that motivate innovation, inspire action and advance the field of AOD misuse prevention and collegiate recovery.







Parent-Family Communication at the UofM
Feb 23 2017 28 mins  
Disclaimer: This podcast does not necessarily represent the views, positions or opinions of the Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery or The Ohio State University. Welcome to the latest edition of the HECAOD podcast! This episode is hosted by Connie Boehm, the associate director of the HECAOD. Connie’s guests are Janet Jansen and Joe Zichi of the University of Michigan, who presented at our 2016 National Meeting! Janet and Joe’s presentation entitled, “A Comprehensive Approach to Alcohol Risk and Harm Reduction: Implementing a Parent-Family Communication Program,” is available for download here! Janet Jansen on her approach to wellness: “The best part of my job is helping students explore all dimensions of wellness through the lens of life experiences and identity. It’s a non-judgment zone where one can learn more about who they are and who they want to be. My role is to provide resources and support as students discover the many ways to thrive. I don’t think our mistakes define us.” Joe is responsible for management of the Alcohol and Other Drugs resolution pathways and for providing oversight for conflicts and incidents outlined in the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities with OSCR program managers. Please join Connie, Janet, and Joe as they discuss the work they are doing within the collegiate recovery community and their Parent-Family Communication Program. Podcast Guests: Janet Jansen and Joe Zichi http://hecaod.osu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Zichi-Jansen-podcast-FINALFINAL-22417-2.48-PM.mp3





Prescription Stimulants and College Students
Dec 30 2016 12 mins  
Disclaimer: This podcast does not necessarily represent the views, positions or opinions of the Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery or The Ohio State University. Welcome to the latest edition of the HECAOD podcast! This episode is hosted by Dr. Kenneth Hale, clinical professor with the Ohio State College of Pharmacy, co-director of the Generation RX Initiative, and associate director of the Higher Ed Center. Dr. Hale’s guest is David Arnold, Director of Alcohol Abuse Prevention Initiatives at NASPA, who presented at our 2016 National Meeting! Arnold’s presentation entitled, “Preventing the Misuse and Diversion of ADHD Stimulant Prescriptions Among College Students,” is available for download here! Arnold has developed a wide variety of experience within collegiate AOD, including national experience utilizing peer education in alcohol, other drug prevention and health promotion activities. Arnold is also an experienced alcohol and other drug (AOD) prevention coordinator at the two large Texas regional institutions of higher education and one medium-sized Colorado regional institution of higher education. Please join Dr. Hale and Arnold as they discuss the work he is doing with NASPA and beyond, along with the impact of prescription stimulants on college students. Podcast Guest: David Arnold http://hecaod.osu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Arnold-podcast-123016-3.24-PM.mp3


Jeremy’s Legacy and Implications for Prescription Drug Misuse Prevention on Campus Part II
Nov 10 2016 15 mins  
Disclaimer: This podcast does not necessarily represent the views, positions or opinions of the Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery or The Ohio State University. Welcome to the latest edition of the HECAOD podcast! This episode is the second of a two-part conversation hosted by Dr. Kenneth Hale, clinical professor with the Ohio State College of Pharmacy, co-director of the Generation RX Initiative, and associate director of the Higher Ed Center. Dr. Hale’s guest is Dr. Janie Kritzman, a clinical and developmental psychologist currently in private practice in Medford, Massachusetts. Dr. Kritzman is a clinical and developmental psychologist currently working in private practice. She has a very interesting academic training background, including baccalaureate studies at the University of Wisconsin, and graduate work at Columbia and the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Kritzman’s son, Jeremy, tragically died from an unintentional drug overdose in 2007 when he was an undergraduate college student, and she has subsequently spent a great deal of time learning about the chemical culture on our campuses and how we might change that culture to keep our students safe. In 2008, Janie and her husband, Lawrence, along with a founding committee including individuals involved in healthcare, social work, academics, alcohol and drug education, and student services, established the Jeremy S. Kritzman Initiative to challenge cultural assumptions relating to the use of drugs and alcohol by young people as a recreational rite of passage. Please join Dr. Hale and Dr. Kritzman as they discuss the life of her son Jeremy, prescription medication, and a variety of topics that address the growing opioid epidemic in the nation. Podcast Guest: Dr. Janie Kritzman http://hecaod.osu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Kritzman-podcast-pt2edited.mp3


Jeremy’s Legacy and Implications for Prescription Drug Misuse Prevention on Campus Part I
Nov 10 2016 14 mins  
Disclaimer: This podcast does not necessarily represent the views, positions or opinions of the Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery or The Ohio State University. Welcome to the latest edition of the HECAOD podcast! Today’s episode is the first of a two-part conversation hosted by Dr. Kenneth Hale, clinical professor with the Ohio State College of Pharmacy, co-director of the Generation RX Initiative, and associate director of the Higher Ed Center. Dr. Hale’s guest is Dr. Janie Kritzman, a clinical and developmental psychologist currently in private practice in Medford, Massachusetts. Dr. Kritzman is a clinical and developmental psychologist currently working in private practice. She has a very interesting academic training background, including baccalaureate studies at the University of Wisconsin, and graduate work at Columbia and the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Kritzman’s son, Jeremy, tragically died from an unintentional drug overdose in 2007 when he was an undergraduate college student, and she has subsequently spent a great deal of time learning about the chemical culture on our campuses and how we might change that culture to keep our students safe. In 2008, Janie and her husband, Lawrence, along with a founding committee including individuals involved in healthcare, social work, academics, alcohol and drug education, and student services, established the Jeremy S. Kritzman Initiative to challenge cultural assumptions relating to the use of drugs and alcohol by young people as a recreational rite of passage. Please join Dr. Hale and Dr. Kritzman as they discuss the life of her son Jeremy, prescription medication, and a variety of topics that address the growing opioid epidemic in the nation. Podcast Guest: Dr. Janie Kritzman http://hecaod.osu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Kritzman-podcast-pt1.mp3










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