Welcome to the Knowledge Share. The place to learn and share.
Content is organised into four areas
- News: Recent items that reflect news from or related to the Substance Use Disorders field
- Research: Summaries and links to scientific research or evaluations
- Events: Meetings, conferences, webinars etc., about Public Health issues or Substance Use Disorders
- Publications: Books and other published items available to download or order
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Alcohol on YouTube: What Are Kids Viewing?Ally at ISSUP
Lack of Sleep and Substance Use: A Worrying LinkAlly at ISSUP
2017 UK Drug Strategy
2017 UNODC World Drug Report
Field Guide to Drug Demand Reduction Program Development, 2nd ed.
‘My GP says I drink too much’: Screening and Brief Intervention
8 Steps Towards Minimising the US Opioid Crisis
National Academy of Medicine Releases New Special Publication Guide
The Brain of Binge Drinkers at RestJose Luis Vazq…
Barriers and Facilitators to Implementing Addiction Medicine FellowshipsJose Luis Vazq…
Dual Disorders: A New Way to Think about Addiction?Ally at ISSUP
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ISSUP at the European Society for Prevention Research Conference
ISSUP Looks to Build on Past Year’s Achievements
Cartilha de Direitos Humanos e Juventude
Drugs, Brains and Behavior: The Science of Addiction
Preventing Marijuana Use among Youth and Young Adults
Please note that the content provided by the ISSUP Knowledge Share does not necessarily reflect the views of ISSUP. It is provided to inform and stimulate discussion of key issues in the field with a view to encouraging evidence-based, high quality and ethical policy and practice. While every effort is made to moderate submissions by external users, exercise caution before assuming these to be grounded in sound scientific practice as this may not always be the case.