|Titre :||Drug and Alcohol Review, Vol.31, n°4 - June 2012|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Périodique|
|Paru le :||21/06/2012|
|Année de publication :||2012|
|Note de contenu :||
• Increasing alcohol use disorders among mid-life Australians: Time for a new focus? McKetin R., p. 363-364.
• Why the Distilled Spirits Industry Council of Australia is not a credible partner for the Australian government in making alcohol policy. Munro G., p. 365-369.
• The long-term effect of lockouts on alcohol-related emergency department attendances within Ballarat, Australia. Miller P., Coomber K., Sonderlund A., McKenzie S., p. 370-376.
• 'Hotspots' for aggression in licensed drinking venues. Graham K., Bernards S., Osgood D.W., Wells S., p. 377-384.
• A spatial analysis of the moderating effects of land use on the association between alcohol outlet density and violence in urban areas. Pridemore W.A., Grubesic T.H., p. 385-393.
• Distances to on- and off-premise alcohol outlets and experiences of alcohol-related amenity problems. Wilkinson C., Livingston M., p. 394-401.
• Neighbourhood matters: Perceptions of neighbourhood cohesiveness and associations with alcohol, cannabis and tobacco use. Lin E.Y., Witten K., Casswell S., You R.Q., p. 402-412.
• Support for breaking the nexus between alcohol and community sports settings: Findings from the VicHealth Community Attitudes Survey in Australia. Tobin C.L., Fitzgerald J.L., Livingstone C., Thomson L., Harper T.A., p. 413-421.
• The nature and strength of the relationship between expenditure on alcohol and food: An analysis of adult-only households in the UK. Gell L., Meier P., p. 422-430.
• Risk of injury from alcohol and drug use in the emergency department: A case-crossover study. Cherpitel C.J., Ye Y., Watters K., Brubacher J.R., Stenstrom R., p. 431-438.
• Assessing the effect of patterns of cocaine and alcohol use on the risk of adverse acute cocaine intoxication. Santos S., Brugal M.T., Barrio G., Castellano Y., Domingo-Salvany A., Espelt A., et al., p. 439-446.
• Alcohol and tobacco co-use in nondaily smokers: An inevitable phenomenon? Campbell M.L., Bozec L.J., McGrath D., Barrett S.P., p. 447-450.
• Baseline assessment of community knowledge and attitudes toward drug use and harm reduction in Kabul, Afghanistan. Stanekzai M.R., Todd C.S., Orr M.G., Bayan S., Rasuli M.Z., Wardak S.R., et al., p. 451-460.
• Early childhood experiences, parenting and the process of drug dependency among young people in Tehran, Iran. Mirlashari J., Demirkol A., Salsali M., Rafiey H., Jahanbani J., p. 461-468.
• South Korean alcohol free associations: Negative expectancy not predicting drinks per occasion. Mahoney B.J., Graham D., Cottrell D., Kim K.Y., p. 469-476.
• The Chinese Youth Attitudes toward Young Drug Users scale: An initial scale development and refinement. Chui W.H., Chan H.C., p. 477-482.
• A pilot randomised controlled trial of brief versus twice weekly versus standard supervised consumption in patients on opiate maintenance treatment. Holland R., Matheson C., Anthony G., Roberts K., Priyardarshi S., Macrae A., et al., p. 483-491.
• After the randomised injectable opiate treatment trial: Post-trial investigation of slow-release oral morphine as an alternative opiate maintenance medication. Bond A.J., Reed K.D., Beavan P., Strang J., p. 492-498.
• Individual versus team-based case-management for clients of opioid treatment services: An initial evaluation of what clients prefer. Day C.A., Demirkol A., Tynan M., Curry K., Hines S., Lintzeris N., et al., p. 499-506.
• Smoking cessation among Australian methadone clients: Prevalence, characteristics and a need for action. Bowman J., Wiggers J., Colyvas K., Wye P., Walsh R.A., Bartlem K., p. 507-513.
• Minimum qualifications in the alcohol and other drugs field: Employers' views. Pidd K., Roche A., Duraisingam V., Carne A., p. 514-522.
• Self-harm and attempted suicide among therapeutic community admissions. Darke S., Campbell G., Popple G., p. 523-528.
• Exposure to dysfunctional parenting and trauma events and posttraumatic stress profiles among a treatment sample with coexisting depression and alcohol use problems. Bailey K., Webster R., Baker A.L., Kavanagh D.J., p. 529-537.
• Brief alcohol screening in a clinical psychiatric population: Special attention needed. Nehlin C., Fredriksson A., Jansson L., p. 538-543.
• Three hours of training improve psychiatric staff's self-perceived knowledge and attitudes toward problem-drinking patients. Nehlin C., Fredriksson A., Gronbladh L., Jansson L., p. 544-549.
• Neurocognitive parameters should be incorporated in the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 assessment of patients with alcohol use disorders. Walvoort S.J., Wester A.J., Egger J.I., p. 550-557.
• Predisposed violent drug users versus drug users who commit violence: Does the order of onset translate to differences in the severity of violent offending? Torok M., Darke S., Kaye S., p. 558-565.
• The efficacy of interviewing young drug users through online chat. Barratt M.J., p. 566-572.
• A pilot study examining perceived rejection and secrecy in relation to illicit drug use and associated stigma. Palamar J.J., p. 573-579.
• Cannabis use in Cape York Indigenous communities: High prevalence, mental health impacts and the desire to quit. Bohanna I., Clough A.R., p. 580-584.
• The use of alprazolam by people who inject drugs in Melbourne, Australia. Horyniak D., Reddel S., Quinn B., Dietze P., p. 585-590.
• Strange bedfellows: Meta-narrative traditions in the alcohol and other drug field. Adams P.J., Prescott A., Dixon R., p. 591-597.
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