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Journal of Addictive Diseases
J Addict Dis

Published/Hosted by Haworth Press Inc. ISSN (printed): 1055-0887. ISSN (electronic): 1545-0848.

The Journal of Addictive Diseases is jam-packed with discussions of contemporary issues vital to greater understanding and treatment of alcohol and substance abuse. In addition to providing the most current information on addictive diseases available, this important journal is: the only theme-oriented journal in the addictive disease field that focuses on clinical research and treatment, filled with in-depth bibliographies for clinicians' access to additional helpful information, devoted to featuring state-of-the-art research and clinical applications of prominent researchers and leaders in the substance abuse field, an ideal resource for the desks of physicians, psychiatrists, and therapists specializing in addictions and addictions treatment, as well as researchers, clinical experts, and professors interested in the timely topic of alcoholism/substance abuse. This journal, the essential publication for today's addiction professional, is a highly practical resource that will help you stay on top of the scientific issues and the clinical skills necessary for effective practice. It provides an integrated, multi-specialty perspective on clinically relevant research, treatment, and public policy for specialists in addiction medicine. The only theme-oriented journal in the addiction field focusing on clinical research and treatment, the Journal of Addictive Diseases devotes entire issues to the current, most important topics in addiction medicine. Nationally prominent researchers and leaders in the field contribute articles featuring state-of-the-art research and applications. Some of the timely topics covered in past issues of the Journal of Addictive Diseases include: successful strategies in drug abuse epidemiology, methods for decreasing drug dependent persons' risk for AIDS, research on alcoholism from treatment communities, potential addiction of typically abused drugs, the relationship between AIDS and substance abuse, alcohol and drug abuse in affluent sections of society, dual addiction and the problems faced by these addicts, evaluation of drug treatment programs, effects of maternal alcohol and drug abuse on newborn babies.

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