Stimulants drugs increase the activity of the central nervous system producing feelings of euphoria, increased confidence, sociability, energy, and wakefulness.
UNODC Training for Uruguayan Policymakers on the Nature, Prevention and Treatment of Drug Use Disorders
This articles discusses the central importance of studying drugs’ effects on neurotransmission and describes some of the most common experimental methods used in this research.
The purpose of the Idaho Conference on Alcohol and Drug Dependency is to provide education and training for substance abuse and dependence professionals and educators in behavioral health care, criminal justice and recovery support. Over 650 treatment, prevention, coalition professionals and agency administrators, both from the public and private sectors, regularly attend the conference.
The TREATNET Quality Standards are based on the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Principles of Drug Dependence Treatment and Care.
They represent a set of evidence-based standards for drug-dependence treatment.
Often called the Orange Book, this is guidance for clinicians treating people with drug problems.
This 2017 version offers new guidelines on: