Advances in Dual Diagnosis
ISSN (printed): 1757-0972. ISSN (electronic): 2042-8324.
Advances in Dual Diagnosis (ADD) welcomes the submission of articles from practitioners, managers and academics who are involved in delivering services to people who are dually diagnosed. The aim of the journal is to establish a high quality source of information and intelligence for policymakers, practitioners, researchers and managers across a range of settings by linking theory to practice. Advances in Dual Diagnosis is a journal for frontline workers, practitioners, managers and researchers. The journal is rooted in the experience of dual diagnosis in practice, with user and carers’ experiences central to the tone and themes covered. It aims to support frontline workers in delivery of evidence-based practice and provides a forum for the debate of current issues and opinions. Advances in Dual Diagnosis is vital for everyone involved with people with a dual diagnosis. It is a hugely valuable source of information for practitioners, frontline staff, nurses, managers, policy-makers, psychologists, social workers, academics, researchers, universities and colleges, local authorities, commissioners, carers, users of services and students.
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