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Encoding and decoding substance use and addictive behaviours Encoding and decoding substance use and addictive behaviours

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Full title: Encoding and decoding substance use and addictive behaviours – the role of cultural images. INTRODUCTION to special issue

Paper by Hellman M, and Einstein S.

Published in Substance Use & Misuse

Drug consumption rooms and the role of politics and governance in policy processes Drug consumption rooms and the role of politics and governance in policy processes

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Paper by Esben Houboug and Vibeke Asmussen Frank published online in the International Journal of Drug Policy in January 2014.

Doing it by numbers: a simple approach to reducing the harms of alcohol Doing it by numbers: a simple approach to reducing the harms of alcohol

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Paper by David Nutt and Jürgen Rehm published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology in January 2014

Deviance or innovation? Recent changes in drug substitution treatment policy in Austria Deviance or innovation? Recent changes in drug substitution treatment policy in Austria

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Paper by Irmgard Eisenbach Stangl published in Substance Use & Misuse in August 2013.

Defining substance use disorders: do we really need more than heavy use? Defining substance use disorders: do we really need more than heavy use?

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Authors: Rehm J, Marmet S, Anderson P, Gual A, Kraus L, Nutt DJ, Room R, Samokhvalov AV, Scafato E, Trapencieris M, Wiers RW, Gmel G.

The authors propose that 'Heavy substance use over time' seems to be a definition of substance use disorders in line with results of basic research and epidemiology, which additionally reduces stigmatization and could clarify and unify discussions in the area. 


Published in Alcohol and Alcoholism in November 2013.