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Mid-America Prevention Technology Transfer Center

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The Mid-America Prevention Technology Transfer Center (Mid-America PTTC) is designed to serve as a prevention catalyst, empowering individuals and fostering partnerships to promote safe, healthy, and drug-free communities across Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas.

Latest Episodes

Podcast Episode 18: Current Drug Trends - Kratom

Today we will be talking with about kratom. Our guest speaker is Officer Ryan Snow. Ryan serves fulltime as a police officer with a large university police department where he educates the community about DUI and drug-related issues. He is a certified drug recognition expert instructor and has completed hundreds of hours of training related to drugs and the impact they have on the human body. As a police officer, Ryan has firsthand knowledge of the danger that drugs bring to communities. He has spoken at numerous national and state conferences on topics related to drugs, and he has also developed training opportunities for campuses and delivered those classes at colleges and universities across the nation. Ryan’s work has been featured in webinars, newspapers, television and educational articles, and prior to law enforcement Ryan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration. Before we get into the content, we would like to thank our funder the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Quick note, although funded by SAMHSA, the content of this recording does not necessarily reflect the views of SAMHSA. Ryan's interview on the DEA's Campus Drug Prevention podcast.

25 MIN5 d ago
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Podcast Episode 18: Current Drug Trends - Kratom

Episode 17: Current Drug Trends - Inhalants

Today we will be talking with about inhalants. Our guest speaker is Officer Ryan Snow. Ryan serves fulltime as a police officer with a large university police department where he educates the community about DUI and drug-related issues. He is a certified drug recognition expert instructor and has completed hundreds of hours of training related to drugs and the impact they have on the human body. As a police officer, Ryan has firsthand knowledge of the danger that drugs bring to communities. He has spoken at numerous national and state conferences on topics related to drugs, and he has also developed training opportunities for campuses and delivered those classes at colleges and universities across the nation. Ryan’s work has been featured in webinars, newspapers, television and educational articles, and prior to law enforcement Ryan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration. Before we get into the content, we would like to thank our funder the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Quick note, although funded by SAMHSA, the content of this recording does not necessarily reflect the views of SAMHSA. Ryan's interview on the DEA's Campus Drug Prevention podcast. https://pttcnetwork.org

27 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 17: Current Drug Trends - Inhalants

Episode 16: Current Drug Trends - DXM

Today we will be talking with about DXM. Our guest is Officer Ryan Snow. Ryan serves fulltime as a police officer with a large university police department where he educates the community about DUI and drug-related issues. He is a certified drug recognition expert instructor and has completed hundreds of hours of training related to drugs and the impact they have on the human body. As a police officer, Ryan has firsthand knowledge of the danger that drugs bring to communities. He has spoken at numerous national and state conferences on topics related to drugs, and he has also developed training opportunities for campuses and delivered those classes at colleges and universities across the nation. Ryan’s work has been featured in webinars, newspapers, television and educational articles, and prior to law enforcement Ryan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration. Before we get into the content, we would like to thank our fun...

23 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 16: Current Drug Trends - DXM

Episode 15: Current Drug Trends - Cannabis

This is episode 15 and today we will be talking with about Cannabis. Our guest is Officer Ryan Snow. Ryan serves fulltime as a police officer with a large university police department where he educates the community about DUI and drug-related issues. He is a certified drug recognition expert instructor and has completed hundreds of hours of training related to drugs and the impact they have on the human body. As a police officer, Ryan has firsthand knowledge of the danger that drugs bring to communities. He has spoken at numerous national and state conferences on topics related to drugs, and he has also developed training opportunities for campuses and delivered those classes at colleges and universities across the nation. Ryan’s work has been featured in webinars, newspapers, television and educational articles, and prior to law enforcement Ryan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration. Before we get into the content, we would like to thank our funder the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Quick note, although funded by SAMHSA, the content of this recording does not necessarily reflect the views of SAMHSA. Ryan's interview on the DEA's Campus Drug Prevention podcast. https://pttcnetwork.org Surgeon General releases advisory on E-cigarette epidemic among youth

28 MINSEP 20
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Episode 15: Current Drug Trends - Cannabis

Episode 14: Recovery Stories - LaTonia

For the month of September, we have partnered with the Mid-America ATTC to share stories of recovery from the Mid-America TTC region. ** Together We Are Stronger ** https://recoverymonth.gov/promotional-materials/recovery-month-toolkit

19 MINSEP 18
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Episode 14: Recovery Stories - LaTonia

Episode 13: Recovery Stories - Mirna

For the month of September, we have partnered with the Mid-America ATTC to share stories of recovery from the Mid-America TTC region. ** Together We Are Stronger ** https://recoverymonth.gov/promotional-materials/recovery-month-toolkit

29 MINSEP 16
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Episode 13: Recovery Stories - Mirna

Episode 12: Recovery Stories - Susan

For the month of September, we have partnered with the Mid-America ATTC to share stories of recovery from the Mid-America TTC region. ** Together We Are Stronger ** https://recoverymonth.gov/promotional-materials/recovery-month-toolkit

37 MINSEP 11
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Episode 12: Recovery Stories - Susan

Episode 11: Empowering the Leader Within

Dr. David Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Education and Human Development at George Mason University, is our guest for this episode. At Mason, he served as Professor and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Public Health. He acquired over 180 grants and contracts, along with teaching courses on drug and alcohol issues, health communication and community health. His professional work on drug and alcohol abuse prevention and wellness promotion spans over four decades. His specialties include strategic planning, program development, needs assessment and evaluation, and health communication. His research, writing and training emphasize leadership skills, grounded and practical strategies, and healthy environments to maximize organizational, group and individual potential. Visit David's website here: https://caph.gmu.edu/ Register for Creating Change: Empowering the Leader Withing at https://pttcnetwork.org/centers/mid-america-pttc/home

28 MINSEP 11
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Episode 11: Empowering the Leader Within

Episode 10: Recovery Stories - Jamie

For the month of September, we have partnered with the Mid-America ATTC to share stories of recovery from the Mid-America TTC region. ** Together We Are Stronger ** https://recoverymonth.gov/promotional-materials/recovery-month-toolkit

38 MINSEP 5
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Episode 10: Recovery Stories - Jamie

Episode 9: Planned Change

Dr. David Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Education and Human Development at George Mason University, is our guest for this episode. At Mason, he served as Professor and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Public Health. He acquired over 180 grants and contracts, along with teaching courses on drug and alcohol issues, health communication and community health. His professional work on drug and alcohol abuse prevention and wellness promotion spans over four decades. His specialties include strategic planning, program development, needs assessment and evaluation, and health communication. His research, writing and training emphasize leadership skills, grounded and practical strategies, and healthy environments to maximize organizational, group and individual potential. Visit David's website here: https://caph.gmu.edu/ Register for Creating Change: Empowering the Leader Withing at https://pttcnetwork.org/centers/mid-america-pttc/home

27 MINSEP 5
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Episode 9: Planned Change

Latest Episodes

Podcast Episode 18: Current Drug Trends - Kratom

Today we will be talking with about kratom. Our guest speaker is Officer Ryan Snow. Ryan serves fulltime as a police officer with a large university police department where he educates the community about DUI and drug-related issues. He is a certified drug recognition expert instructor and has completed hundreds of hours of training related to drugs and the impact they have on the human body. As a police officer, Ryan has firsthand knowledge of the danger that drugs bring to communities. He has spoken at numerous national and state conferences on topics related to drugs, and he has also developed training opportunities for campuses and delivered those classes at colleges and universities across the nation. Ryan’s work has been featured in webinars, newspapers, television and educational articles, and prior to law enforcement Ryan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration. Before we get into the content, we would like to thank our funder the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Quick note, although funded by SAMHSA, the content of this recording does not necessarily reflect the views of SAMHSA. Ryan's interview on the DEA's Campus Drug Prevention podcast.

25 MIN5 d ago
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Podcast Episode 18: Current Drug Trends - Kratom

Episode 17: Current Drug Trends - Inhalants

Today we will be talking with about inhalants. Our guest speaker is Officer Ryan Snow. Ryan serves fulltime as a police officer with a large university police department where he educates the community about DUI and drug-related issues. He is a certified drug recognition expert instructor and has completed hundreds of hours of training related to drugs and the impact they have on the human body. As a police officer, Ryan has firsthand knowledge of the danger that drugs bring to communities. He has spoken at numerous national and state conferences on topics related to drugs, and he has also developed training opportunities for campuses and delivered those classes at colleges and universities across the nation. Ryan’s work has been featured in webinars, newspapers, television and educational articles, and prior to law enforcement Ryan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration. Before we get into the content, we would like to thank our funder the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Quick note, although funded by SAMHSA, the content of this recording does not necessarily reflect the views of SAMHSA. Ryan's interview on the DEA's Campus Drug Prevention podcast. https://pttcnetwork.org

27 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 17: Current Drug Trends - Inhalants

Episode 16: Current Drug Trends - DXM

Today we will be talking with about DXM. Our guest is Officer Ryan Snow. Ryan serves fulltime as a police officer with a large university police department where he educates the community about DUI and drug-related issues. He is a certified drug recognition expert instructor and has completed hundreds of hours of training related to drugs and the impact they have on the human body. As a police officer, Ryan has firsthand knowledge of the danger that drugs bring to communities. He has spoken at numerous national and state conferences on topics related to drugs, and he has also developed training opportunities for campuses and delivered those classes at colleges and universities across the nation. Ryan’s work has been featured in webinars, newspapers, television and educational articles, and prior to law enforcement Ryan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration. Before we get into the content, we would like to thank our fun...

23 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 16: Current Drug Trends - DXM

Episode 15: Current Drug Trends - Cannabis

This is episode 15 and today we will be talking with about Cannabis. Our guest is Officer Ryan Snow. Ryan serves fulltime as a police officer with a large university police department where he educates the community about DUI and drug-related issues. He is a certified drug recognition expert instructor and has completed hundreds of hours of training related to drugs and the impact they have on the human body. As a police officer, Ryan has firsthand knowledge of the danger that drugs bring to communities. He has spoken at numerous national and state conferences on topics related to drugs, and he has also developed training opportunities for campuses and delivered those classes at colleges and universities across the nation. Ryan’s work has been featured in webinars, newspapers, television and educational articles, and prior to law enforcement Ryan graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration. Before we get into the content, we would like to thank our funder the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Quick note, although funded by SAMHSA, the content of this recording does not necessarily reflect the views of SAMHSA. Ryan's interview on the DEA's Campus Drug Prevention podcast. https://pttcnetwork.org Surgeon General releases advisory on E-cigarette epidemic among youth

28 MINSEP 20
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Episode 15: Current Drug Trends - Cannabis

Episode 14: Recovery Stories - LaTonia

For the month of September, we have partnered with the Mid-America ATTC to share stories of recovery from the Mid-America TTC region. ** Together We Are Stronger ** https://recoverymonth.gov/promotional-materials/recovery-month-toolkit

19 MINSEP 18
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Episode 14: Recovery Stories - LaTonia

Episode 13: Recovery Stories - Mirna

For the month of September, we have partnered with the Mid-America ATTC to share stories of recovery from the Mid-America TTC region. ** Together We Are Stronger ** https://recoverymonth.gov/promotional-materials/recovery-month-toolkit

29 MINSEP 16
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Episode 13: Recovery Stories - Mirna

Episode 12: Recovery Stories - Susan

For the month of September, we have partnered with the Mid-America ATTC to share stories of recovery from the Mid-America TTC region. ** Together We Are Stronger ** https://recoverymonth.gov/promotional-materials/recovery-month-toolkit

37 MINSEP 11
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Episode 12: Recovery Stories - Susan

Episode 11: Empowering the Leader Within

Dr. David Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Education and Human Development at George Mason University, is our guest for this episode. At Mason, he served as Professor and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Public Health. He acquired over 180 grants and contracts, along with teaching courses on drug and alcohol issues, health communication and community health. His professional work on drug and alcohol abuse prevention and wellness promotion spans over four decades. His specialties include strategic planning, program development, needs assessment and evaluation, and health communication. His research, writing and training emphasize leadership skills, grounded and practical strategies, and healthy environments to maximize organizational, group and individual potential. Visit David's website here: https://caph.gmu.edu/ Register for Creating Change: Empowering the Leader Withing at https://pttcnetwork.org/centers/mid-america-pttc/home

28 MINSEP 11
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Episode 11: Empowering the Leader Within

Episode 10: Recovery Stories - Jamie

For the month of September, we have partnered with the Mid-America ATTC to share stories of recovery from the Mid-America TTC region. ** Together We Are Stronger ** https://recoverymonth.gov/promotional-materials/recovery-month-toolkit

38 MINSEP 5
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Episode 10: Recovery Stories - Jamie

Episode 9: Planned Change

Dr. David Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Education and Human Development at George Mason University, is our guest for this episode. At Mason, he served as Professor and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Public Health. He acquired over 180 grants and contracts, along with teaching courses on drug and alcohol issues, health communication and community health. His professional work on drug and alcohol abuse prevention and wellness promotion spans over four decades. His specialties include strategic planning, program development, needs assessment and evaluation, and health communication. His research, writing and training emphasize leadership skills, grounded and practical strategies, and healthy environments to maximize organizational, group and individual potential. Visit David's website here: https://caph.gmu.edu/ Register for Creating Change: Empowering the Leader Withing at https://pttcnetwork.org/centers/mid-america-pttc/home

27 MINSEP 5
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Episode 9: Planned Change