Taylor & Francis publish a vast collection of research into Substance Abuse and Misuse, exploring topics such as clinical trial research, social pharmacology, age-group focussed research as well as cross-disciplinary research areas such as the epidemiology of substance misuse and related infectious diseases.
The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse (AJDAA) is an international, interdisciplinary journal that is published six times per year. AJDAA provides a venue for researchers to disseminate clinically relevant research findings and innovative perspectives in the field of addiction.
For over 50 years, Substance Use & Misuse (formerly The International Journal of the Addictions) has provided a unique international multidisciplinary venue for the exchange of original research, theories, policy analyses, and unresolved issues concerning substance use and misuse (licit and illicit drugs, alcohol, nicotine, and eating disorders). Guest editors for special issues devoted to single topics of current concern are invited.
Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation is an international, peer-reviewed, open access online journal publishing original research, case reports, editorials, reviews, commentaries, study designs and methods, statistical designs and study protocols on all areas of addiction and substance abuse and options for treatment and rehabilitation.
Drugs: education, prevention & policy publishes multi-disciplinary research papers, reviews and commentaries on policy, treatment, prevention and harm reduction issues regarding both the use and misuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly is an exciting interprofessional journal for professionals working with persons, families, and communities dealing with alcohol and other drug problems. Combining the insights of healthcare professionals, educators, and communities involved in the care and recovery of persons experiencing alcohol/other drug disorders, it maintains a focus on recovery from both an individual and a community perspective. The journal is designed to bridge the gap between research and practice, with a focus on those who provide direct services to the public.
An authoritative peer-reviewed periodical containing timely information of a multidisciplinary nature for clinicians and other professionals in the drug abuse field; Journal of Psychoactive Drugs consistently addresses complex issues such as the disease concept of addiction, drugs and mental health, use and abuse of hallucinogens, ethnographic drug research, drug dependence and the family and more!
Since being founded in 1993, Addiction Research and Theory has been the leading outlet for research and theoretical contributions that view addictive behaviour as arising from psychological processes within the individual and the social context in which the behaviour takes place as much as from the biological effects of the psychoactive substance or activity involved.
As an outlet for scholarly intercourse between medical and social sciences, this noteworthy journal seeks to improve practical communication between caregivers and patients and between institutions and the public. Outstanding editorial board members and contributors from both medical and social science arenas collaborate to meet the challenges inherent in this goal.
Journal of Health Communication: International Perspectives is the leading journal covering the full breadth of a field that focuses on the communication of health information globally. Articles feature research on:
• Developments in the field of health communication;
• New media, m-health and interactive health communication;
• Health Literacy;
• Social marketing...
Health Literacy and Communication is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original, interdisciplinary scholarship exploring the intersections of health, health care, and communication. The journal addresses empirical and theoretical health questions using the lens of multiple perspectives, experiences, and cultures with particular focus on health literacy.
Drugs in Sport is the most comprehensive and accurate text on the emotive, complex and critical subject of performance enhancement and doping within sport. Thoroughly updated in light of the latest World Anti-Doping Code and taking into account the latest regulations, procedures and landmark cases, this 8th edition explores the science behind drug use in sport, as well as its ethical, social, political and administrative context.
Written in the same accessible manner as previous editions, the fifth edition of Karch’s Pathology of Drug Abuse is an essential guide to the pathology, toxicology, and pharmacology of commonly abused drugs. The book focuses on the investigation of drug-related deaths, practical approaches to the detection of drug abuse, and discussions of medical complications associated with each of the abused drugs.
This book explores the underlying biology and neuroscience associated with mental health and wellbeing.
This fully revised fourth edition includes new chapters on behavioural science, and brain-gut and brain-gender connections, as well as expanded content on memory and genetics. Integrating up-to-date pharmacological and genetic research with an understanding of environmental factors that impact on human biology, The Biological Basis of Mental Health covers topics including brain development, neural communication, neurotransmitters and receptors, hormones and behaviour, genetic disorders, pharmacology, substance misuse, anxiety, schizophrenia, depression, epilepsy, subcortical degenerative diseases of the brain, dementia, developmental disorders and sleep.
Cannabis Criminology explores the prohibition, decriminalization, and liberalization of cannabis policy through the lens of criminological and sociological theory, essential concepts, and cannabis research. It does so by focusing on five thematic areas: law, society, and social control; police and policing; race, ethnicity, and criminalization; the economics of cannabis; and cannabis use and crime. It is the first book on cannabis since President Joe Biden signed an executive order in 2022 to pardon citizens and lawful permanent residents convicted of simple cannabis possession under federal law and DC statute. Cannabis is now legal in some form in 37 US states. To understand the reform of cannabis policy and the challenges to come, we first need to understand the connections between cannabis and criminology.
The Routledge Handbook of Social Work and Addictive Behaviors is a definitive resource about addictive behaviors, emphasizing substance misuse, gambling, and problematic technology use. Contents address their prevalence in various communities and populations globally, theories related to their origins and etiology, and what is currently known about effective intervention strategies, education, and research. Social work’s biopsychosocial, lifespan, and person-in-environment perspectives underpin the book contents which are applicable to a wide range of professional and social science disciplines.
With a focus on practical acute pain management in adults in the hospital setting, this book provides health professionals with simple and practical information to help them manage patients with acute pain safely and effectively. • Combines evidence-based information with practical guidelines and protocols • Covers the pharmacology of opioids, local anesthetics, and nonopioid and adjuvant analgesic agents • Discusses management of acute pain in both surgical and nonsurgical acute pain settings including in patients with spinal cord or burns injuries and selected medical illnesses...