ADDICTION Volume 113 Number 7 July 2018 Alcohol, pattern of drinking and all-cause mortality in Russia, Belarus EDITORIAL and Hungary: a retrospective indirect cohort study based on mortality Fulfilling the promise of choice architecture interventions for of relatives addictive behaviors Pia Horvat, Denes Stef ler, Michael Murphy, Lawrence King, Martin McKee Jalie A. Tucker 1175 & Martin Bobak 1252 ADDICTION DEBATE Cost-effectiveness of hydromorphone for severe opioid use disorder: The need to exercise caution in accepting addiction as a reason for findings from the SALOME randomized clinical trial performing euthanasia Nick Bansback, Daphne Guh, Eugenia Oviedo-Joekes, Suzanne Brissette, Wayne Hall & Malcolm Parker 1178 Scott Harrison, Amin Janmohamed, Michael Krausz, Scott MacDonald, David C. Marsh, Martin T. Schechter & Aslam H. Anis 1264 Commentaries on Hall & Parker (2018) Euthanasia for what? Attending to the role of stigma in addiction-related Commentary on Bansback et al . (2018): Estimating the cost of stigma ‘ intractable suffering ’ and ‘ incurability ’ against injection Kate Seear & Suzanne Fraser 1181 Benjamin P. Linas 1274 Euthanasia and the nature of suffering in addiction The relationship between methamphetamine use and heterosexual Richard E. Ashcroft 1183 behaviour: evidence from a prospective longitudinal study Euthanasia and addiction: a comment from the Netherlands Rebecca McKetin, Dan I. Lubman, Amanda Baker, Sharon Dawe, Joanne Ross, Theo Boer 1184 Richard P. Mattick & Louisa Degenhardt 1276 Important patient and public (PPI) perspectives on addiction as a reason Neonatal outcomes after fetal exposure to methadone and for performing euthanasia buprenorphine: national registry studies from the Czech Republic Andy Irving 1185 and Norway Reasons for ambivalence about accepting addiction as a reason for Blanka Nechansk á , Viktor Mrav c ˇ í k, Svetlana Skurtveit, Ingunn Olea Lund, performing euthanasia Roman Gabrhel í k, Anders Engeland & Marte Handal 1286 Wayne Hall & Malcolm Parker 1186 Do predictors of smoking relapse change as a function of duration of abstinence? Findings from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom REVIEW and Australia Extended-release injectable naltrexone for opioid use disorder: Hua-Hie Yong, Ron Borland, K. Michael Cummings & Timea Partos 1295 a systematic review Brantley P. Jarvis, August F. Holtyn, Shrinidhi Subramaniam, Estimating the health-care costs of children born to pregnant smokers in D. Andrew Tompkins, Emmanuel A. Oga, George E. Bigelow England: cohort study using primary and secondary health-care data & Kenneth Silverman 1188 Luis R. Vaz, Matthew J. Jones, Lisa Szatkowski, Laila J. Tata, Stavros Petrou & Tim Coleman 1305 MONOGRAPH ‘ Are The Times A-Changin ’ ? Trends in adolescent substance use The future of the international drug control system and national in Europe drug prohibitions Ludwig Kraus, Nicki-Nils Seitz, Daniela Piontek, Sabrina Molinaro, Wayne Hall 1210 Valeria Siciliano, Ulf Guttormsson, Sharon Arpa, Karin Monshouwer, Commentaries on Hall (2018) H å kan Leifman, Julian Vicente, Paul Griffiths, Luke Clancy, Fernanda Feij ã o, In praise of f lawed treaties Silvia Florescu, Patrick Lambrecht, Alojz Nociar, Kirsimarja Raitasalo, Jonathan P. Caulkins 1224 Stanislas Spilka, Konstantin Vyshinskiy & Bj ö rn Hibell 1317 From failed global drug prohibition to regulating the drug market Alex Wodak 1225 SHORT REPORT Investigating causal associations between use of nicotine, alcohol, Canada, cannabis legalization and uncertainty around the United caffeine and cannabis: a two-sample bidirectional Mendelian Nations drug control conventions randomization study David R. Bewley-Taylor 1226 Karin J. H. Verweij, Jorien L. Treur & Jacqueline M. Vink 1333 The international drug conventions continue to provide a f lexible framework to address the drug problem DATA NOTES Chlo é Carpentier, Kamran Niaz & Justice Tettey 1228 Corrected US opioid-involved drug poisoning deaths and mortality rates, Imperfect international treaties interpreted flexibly are likely to be better 1999–2015 than no treaties Christopher J. Ruhm 1339 Wayne Hall 1230 ADDICTION HISTORY RESEARCH REPORTS ‘ Addressed to you not as a smoker … but as a doctor ’ : doctor-targeted Unrecorded alcohol use: a global modelling study based on nominal cigarette advertisements in JAMA group assessments and survey data Robert K. Jackler & Noel F. Ayoub 1345 Charlotte Probst, Jakob Manthey, Aaron Merey, Margaret Rylett & J ü rgen Rehm 1231 Commentary on Jackler & Ayoub (2018): Doctor-targeted cigarette advertisements and conf licts of interest in historical context Commentary on Probst et al . (2018): Unrecorded alcohol use—an Martha N. Gardner 1364 underestimated global phenomenon Dirk W. Lachenmeier & Stephan G. Walch 1242 CORRIGENDUM 1366 Impacts of licensed premises trading hour policies on alcohol-related harms Jo-An Atkinson, Ante Prodan, Michael Livingston, Dylan Knowles, ERRATUM 1367 Eloise O'Donnell, Robin Room, Devon Indig, Andrew Page, Geoff McDonnell & John Wiggers 1244 NEWS AND NOTES 1368 © 2018 Society for the Study of Addiction
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