Cover image for lecture: 'Ice', 'Crystal Meth', 'Tina' - Drug Profile and Effects Explained

Lecture Overview

What is ice and how does it differ from other methamphetamines? Known by multiple names, ice is a crystallised form of methamphetamine. They physiological effects of this stimulant on the human body are vast. This session explains what ice is, where it comes from and how it is taken.

Educators

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Shaun Greene

Dr Shaun Greene is a clinical toxicologist and emergency medicine physician who works at Austin Health in Melbourne. He is currently medical director of the Victorian Poisons Information Centre and director of the Austin Hospital Clinical Toxicology Service. Shaun trained as a clinical toxicologist in the United Kingdom where he developed a keen professional interest in recreational drugs. His research interests include novel psychoactive substances and pharmaceutical opioid harm reduction.

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56 Total Rating(s)

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Margaret-Ellen Huff
17 Mar 2019

Excellent - would watch again and would like to share video with others including patients

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Nicola Mahaffey
05 Feb 2019

Very informative. As it is a complex subject, the restricted publication of visual aids made it harder to follow. I understand that academic ownership of material is a consideration.

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Linda Mai
31 Jan 2019

Good resource. Thank you!

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Nadine Hilton
20 Dec 2018

Very informative

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Amanda Tuckwell
20 Nov 2018

Found this lecture to be very informative and easy to understand

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Craig Peters
17 Nov 2018

Very informative

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Julie Grosse
04 Nov 2018

Engaging presenter with anecdotal and research based evidence. Highly recommended.

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Sally Warriner
24 Oct 2018

Very interesting and I gained a lot from this presentation.

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Gloria Mabbott
14 Oct 2018

Interesting and informative

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Nicole Mackin
07 Sep 2018

Very informative lecture, thank you