Journal of Substance Use - New to Taylor & Francis for 2002
Journal of Substance Use is a quarterly international journal, publishing peer-reviewed, up-to-the-minute articles on a wide spectrum of issues relating to the use of legal and illegal substances.
The Journal aims to educate, inform, update and act as a forum for standard setting for health and social care professionals working with individuals and families with substance use problems. It also informs and supports those undertaking research in substance use, developing substance use services, and participating in, leading and developing education and training programmes.
Journal of Substance Use adopts an eclectic stance and aims to provide a forum for the discussion and dissemination around subjects of innovative and proven practice. This includes issues of prevention, treatment and policy whilst ensuring that issues are examined from a variety of perspectives for instance, clinical, managerial, service development, problem use, service use, and family perspective. Papers may explore legal issues, therapeutic interventions and treatments, and behavioural approaches.
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