Addictology Issue 3/2023

Introducing the New Knowledge Share Layout: Elevating Your Research Experience

At ISSUP, we are thrilled to unveil the exciting transformation of our Knowledge Share platform. We believe that this fresh layout will not only enhance your experience but also empower you to navigate the vast landscape of substance use research effortlessly.

The Knowledge Share remains your steadfast companion, dedicated to delivering the most up-to-date news, cutting-edge research, best practices, a collection of valuable resources, and plenty of publications from the dynamic world of substance use. With the evolution of our layout and user interface, we aim to ensure that our ever-expanding library of over 5,000 items becomes an even more powerful tool for your continuous learning journey.

Here’s a glimpse of what's new:

Vibrant Makeover: A splash of new colours and a refreshed logo bring a contemporary vibe to the Knowledge Share, making your exploration not just informative but visually engaging.

Thematic Organization: Our new theme-based grouping system organises articles, making it effortless for you to dive deep into the subjects that intrigue you the most.

Enhanced Search Functionality: Discovering the precise information you seek is now simpler than ever. Our upgraded search function comes armed with improved filters, ensuring that you can pinpoint the exact resources you need.

Streamlined Article Layout: We've fine-tuned the article layout to make your reading and learning experience even more enjoyable and user-friendly.

Effortless Contribution: Posting your own articles is now even more straightforward with our simplified submission form. While it retains the familiarity of the initial process, we've made key refinements for an enhanced experience.

We invite you to embark on this enhanced knowledge-sharing journey with us. The new Knowledge Share layout promises an enriched experience, providing you with the tools you need to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of substance use research.

Your expertise is a valuable contribution to our growing community, and we encourage you to continue posting and sharing your invaluable insights on the Knowledge Share.

Embrace a fresh change in the field of substance use research, now conveniently at your fingertips. Enjoy your exploration!

Your Feedback Matters: If you have any feedback, please let us know in our network discussion, or by emailing info [at] issup [dot] net (info[at]issup[dot]net).

Start your ISSUP membership

ISSUP provides access to a wide range of benefits to help develop your knowledge and career. Membership is free and we have grades that suit everyone from experienced prevention, treatment, and recovery support professionals and researchers to students, volunteers, or anyone with an active interest in this field.

Why join ISSUP?

Join an international network of substance use prevention, treatment and recovery professionals undertaking and promoting high-quality, evidence based, and ethical practice. We are always refining features and adding to the benefits available to our members. ISSUP membership enables you to:

  • Take courses (face-to-face and online) developed by our partners and gain qualifications through the ISSUP Professional Development Hub.
  • Create your own member profile and share your work, projects, and events via our website.
  • Join regional and topic focused discussion groups.
  • Receive our twice monthly Newsletter and get regular event notifications.
  • Find national and international networking opportunities.
  • Attend annual ISSUP workshops with benefits for members.
  • Contact other members using the ISSUP Member Directory.
  • Sign up to a code of ethics.
  • Get information and resources for students and early career professionals.

Individual Membership Categories

We offer a choice of four categories of membership:

Drug Demand Reduction Professional Membership

for those who have specific qualifications, expertise and experience directly linked to the drug demand reduction field.

Professional Membership

for those who are undertaking a role that contributes to the drug demand reduction field, even if not necessarily a specialist.

Regular Membership

for interested, non-professional applicants (can include volunteers, family members or non-accredited community members).

Student Membership

for those attending an educational institution or attending training (in any field) containing a drug demand reduction component.

Apply Online

For more information and to submit an online application please see our membership guide.


Share the Knowledge: ISSUP members can post in the Knowledge Share – Sign in or become a member