A Cochrane Handbook of Alcohol and Drug Misuse

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 1, 2012 - Medical - 168 pages
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Addiction to drugs and alcohol is an increasing problem that all clinicians have to deal with. This Cochrane Handbook of Alcohol and Drug Misuse serves as a concise guide to the evidence base for relevant interventions, highlighting the key points of Cochrane reviews for the busy practitioner. It covers a wide range of pharmacological and psychosocial treatments for opioid, alcohol, cocaine and other stimulant and drug misuse, offering comprehensive coverage of interventions for drug and alcohol addiction.
 

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Iosief Abraha MD and Cristina Cusi MD are reviewers in the Cochrane Neurological Network based in Italy. They have carried out Cochrane reviews in a wide range of areas within the Cochrane review groups and specialised in reviewing drug and alcohol withdrawal treatments

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