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Models of intervention and care for psychostimulant users

by Baker A, Lee NK, Jenner L(Eds)

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Year 2004
City Canberra
Institution Department of Health and Ageing, Australia
Report number Monograph Series No.51

Abstract

The aims of this monograph were to document the prevalence and risks associated with psychostimulant use, describe the pharmacology of psychostimulants, identify best practice in detoxification and clinical interventions for psychostimulant use, identify gaps in the literature and make suggestions for interventions and further research.

Key objectives of the monograph were to:
critically review existing literature in the domains of prevalence, risks, pharmacology, detoxification and treatments for psychostimulant use;
obtain expert feedback from reviewers of each chapter;
update recommendations for practice with psychostimulant users; and
identify priority areas for further research.

Baker, A. Lee, N.K. Jenner, L. (Eds.) abstract

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