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Purpose – Recent research (Barton and Husk, 2012) suggested that in the UK we are seeing a shift from the traditional “pub‐club” drinking pattern to a “home‐pub‐club” pattern. In the latter model often excessive early evening drinking is occurring in the private sphere in the absence of external...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe an episodic detoxification treatment relationship as a complex dyadic interaction. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is inspired by a grounded theory approach. The first author worked in the field at a Finnish detoxification center in the...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe the development and process evaluation of an educational intervention, designed to help general practitioners (GPs) identify and manage problem alcohol use among problem drug users. Design/methodology/approach – The educational session was...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper was to investigate the extent to which drug dependence was associated with the probability of being charged with drug possession compared to drug sales or other offenses. Design/methodology/approach – Data were drawn from the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring...
Purpose – To a great extent research about smoking cessation has focussed on effects from different support programs and means, in spite of that several studies have shown that over 90 percent quit smoking without such help. Factors that are important for the individual in the process from being...
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