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Call for Global Trainers
UNIATF: Call for Nominations for the Task Force Awards 2019
Claremont’s UPC Media Summer Institute Programme
Claremont Graduate University is offering one of the leading certificate programs for the advanced study of Media-Based Prevention Science.
E-Collection: Alcohol Consumption and Harmful Use of Alcohol
The International Guidelines on Human Rights and Drug Policy
Centros de Integración Biblioteca Virtual En Adicciones
Immigration Status and Substance Use Disorder-Related Mortality in Sweden
The Link Between Smoking and Cognitive Functioning in People with Psychosis
Hazardous Alcohol Use among Patients with Schizophrenia and Depression
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Groundbreaking New UK Study Confirms Link Between Daily, High Potency Marijuana Use and Psychosis
New study from the Lancet Psychiatry Journal is the first to show the impact of marijuana use on population rates of psychosis.
Stop Funding Southeast Asia’s Brutal Drug War
TRAINING ON UNIVERSAL TREATMENT CURRICULUM (UTC 6, 7 & 8)
University Survey: What Do You Think about Drug Use?
Assessing Prenatal Alcohol Exposure in a Study of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Alcohol Use by Adolescents in Ghana
Nightlife and Alcohol Consumption among Youths: The Botellón Phenomenon in Spain
Substance Use among Youth with Chronic Medical Conditions
Prevalence and Pattern of Psychoactive Substance Use among Female Students in North India
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A Promising Alternative to Opioid Pain Medications
Trends in Self-Poisoning and Psychotropic Drug Use in People Aged 5–19 Years
Adolescent Beliefs About Hookah and Hookah Tobacco Use and Implications for Preventing Use
Effectiveness Bank Analysis: Fundamental Rule for Therapists: Know and Be Who You Are
Message from an amalgamation of research findings for the American Psychological Association is that conveying genuineness and authenticity - at least during therapy, being and