Past Issue: January–February 2011
Interventions and Assessments
- Brief Interventions for Substance Use and Comorbid Health Conditions: What Is the Evidence?
- GPs Talk about Barriers to Implementing Screening and Brief Intervention
- Do Primary Care-based Interventions Decrease Alcohol Use in Older Drinkers?
- Naltrexone: Safe and Modestly Effective for Alcohol Dependence
- Brief Motivational Intervention Reduces Heavy Episodic Drinking in Young Men
- Buprenorphine and Buprenorphine/Naloxone Soluble Films for Opioid Dependence
- Effect of Buprenorphine Exposure on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Comparison with Methadone
- Is Naltrexone More Effective in Alcohol-Dependent Patients with a Sweet Tooth?
- At What Alcohol Consumption Levels Does Atrial Fibrillation Risk Increase?
- “Problem” Drinkers Drink Less over Time
- Abuse of Other Drugs and Alcohol Common among Adolescents Who Abuse Prescription Opioids
- Transition from Use to Dependence: Substance Type and Comorbidities Matter
- Moderate or Higher Alcohol Intake: Increased Risk of Coronary Artery Disease in Men Presenting with Chest Pain or Abnormal ECG
- Computer Duster-Spray Inhalation Common among Antisocial Adolescents
- HHS Drops Proposed Changes to Alcohol Consumption Guidelines
- Expert Panel: 5 Ways to Improve Resident Substance-Abuse Training
8th Annual INEBRIA Conference
and Alcohol and Other Drug Screening and Brief Intervention Meeting
September 21–23, 2011
Boston, MA USA
Abstract, workshop, and symposium submissions due Monday, May 30, 2011.
For further information, visit www.inebriaboston.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
35th Annual AMERSA Conference
November 4–6, 2011
Bethesda, MD USA
The Call for Abstracts and Workshops is now open! Submit abstracts for oral or poster presentations and workshops online at www.amersa.org (Deadline: May 27, 2011).
For further information, contact Doreen@amersa.org.