Clinicians Guide to Substance Abuse

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Mcgraw-hill, Mar 12, 2001 - Medical - 346 pages
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It’s time to bolster your understanding of substance abuse and treatment

*Provides a comprehensive basic introduction to substance abuse/treatment
*Includes a discussion of the nature of addiction – which serves as a framework for the entire book
*Offers detailed information on management and treatment
*Outlines the signs and symptoms of drug abuse and addiction
*Delves into treatment issues specific to women, children, families, etc.
*Presents valuable information on placement criteria and resources for specialist referral
*Covers medical complications

The resource you need to incorporate substance abuse treatment into your practice.

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David E. Smith, MD is the founder and current President and Medical Director of Haight-Ashbury Free Clinics. He is also current Medical Director of the State of California Alcohol and Drug Programs as well as for the Collaborative Center for Substance Abuse Policy Research. Dr. Smith is a past president of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and Editor-in-Chief of Alcohol
Richard B. Seymour, MA is Director of Haight-Ashbury Publications; Manager of Haight Ashbury Free Clinics Information and Training; Coordinator for the California Collaborative Center for Substance Abuse Policy Research; Managing Editor for the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs and International Additions Infoline and Executive Editor for Alcohol

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