Drugs and Alcohol Today
DAT is the only journal which seeks to expose the causal links between policy and different health and public safety problems. The journal considers ‘drug problems’ internationally as a product of prohibitionist policies as much as of the drugs themselves.
Articles are peer-reviewed, accessible and relevant to a wide and varied audience. Issues combine research with discussion of policy and views from practitioners and users. Drugs are an international problem and this is reflected in the content.
Intended as a tool to assist in the search for better solutions, DAT covers but is not limited to:
- Harm reduction models and concepts
- Innovative treatments for problem use and addictions
- New findings into patterns of use, new drugs and new combinations
- Drugs and treatment in prison settings
- Practitioner and service user perspectives.
The editor is a member of the International Society of Addiction Journal Editors and DAT endorses the ethical principles set out in the Farmington Consensus.
Global Drug Observatory, Swansea University
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- Axel Klein
- Blaine Stothard
- Jo Sharrocks
- Eleanor Wright
Editorial Advisory Board
Centre for Social Research on Alcohol and Drugs (SoRAD), Stockholm University
Caribbean Drug Abuse Research Institute
University of Central Lancashire
World Health Organization, Geneva
Institute of Policy Studies, Washington DC
University of Stirling
Forum Droghe and National Committee of Bioethics
- Jenny Cisneros Örnberg
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (Addiction and Offender care Directorate)
University of Kent, UK
University of London
University of Aarhus and Institute for Scientific Analysis
International Drug Demand Reduction Consultant
European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction
King's College London
Sigmund Freud Private University (SFU) and the Austrian Institute of Public Health (GOEG)
Centre for Drug Research, Goethe University Frankfurt
- Dima Abdulrahim
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