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Journal Juicer Squeezing the best out of the journals

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Journal Juicer Squeezing the best out of the journals

Drugs and Alcohol Today , Volume 4 (2): 2 – Jul 1, 2004

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Emerald Publishing
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1745-9265
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10.1108/17459265200400021
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drugs Journal Juicer Squeezing the best out of the journals Treatment for cannabis users users what name they prefer out of ‘patient’, ‘client’ gets thumbs up and ‘service user’ and found that the majority (54%) Pharmacological and cognitive-behavioural therapy prefer the term ‘patient’. They were also asked if trials for cannabis users are proving successful. A they consider substance misuse problems as a New York study tested the use of relapse prevention mental health issue and if they consider themselves therapy and divalproex sodium – a drug used to treat to have mental health problems. The majority (59%) epilepsy, manic episodes and cocaine dependence. felt ‘substance misuse problems’ was a category of Advertisements in a local newspaper, for example, mental health problems, even though the majority created a lot of interest, highlighting, so the authors (62%) did not consider themselves to have a mental believe, a demand for such a service for cannabis health problem. Broadly similar preferences were use. Comparing the effects of the drug and relapse found for those attending drug services and alcohol prevention therapy on 25 people, 12 of which services while those attending the smoking received a placebo, the study found that cannabis- cessation

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Drugs and Alcohol TodayEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 2004

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