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3/12 Volume 29

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"Using statistics of effects of restrictive alcohol policy from other countries, he [Kettil Bruun] was able to argue that the Total Consumption Model served the public good. He was a liberal who accepted restrictions when they were equal for all." - Kerstin Stenius

Editorial

Kerstin Stenius
Different liberalisms and alcohol policies

Research reports

Pekka Sulkunen & Leena Warsell
Universalism against particularism. Kettil Bruun and the ideological background of the Total Consumption Model

David Karlsson
Alcohol policy and local democracy in Sweden

Patrik Karlsson & Anders Bergmark
Implementing guidelines for substance abuse treatment: a critical discussion of "Knowledge to Practice"

Commentaries

Mikael Sandlund
Further education for staff in drug abuse treatment - a realistic approach

Espen Andreas Enoksen
KTP - a tool for creating dialogue and trust within and between different substance abuse treatment services

Morten Hesse & Birgitte Thylstrup
Practice between Scylla and Charybdis

Kaija Seppä
Wise decisions are needed to promote substance abuse treatment guidelines in practice

Reply

Patrik Karlsson & Anders Bergmark
Evidence-based practice - anything goes?


Kersti Kollom
How liberal is Estonian alcohol policy? A review of policy development, 1991-2008

Heid Nøkleby
Comorbid drug use disorders and eating disorders - a review of prevalence studies

Publikationsfakta

Författare: Pekka Sulkunen, Leena Warsell, David Karlsson, Patrik Karlsson, Anders Bergmark, Kersti Kollom, Heid Nøkleby
Publikationsår: 2012
Publicerad: 2012-06-20 11:00:00
Språk: english
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