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Kerstin Stenius: The contradictory ‘harm reduction’
Ditte Andersen & Margaretha Järvinen: Harm reduction – ideals and paradoxes
Antti Weckroth: Drug-related harm according to opiate users on buprenorphine treatment
Astrid Skretting: Harm reduction – any limits?
Henrik Thiesen: Harm reduction, focusing on severe alcohol misuse in Copenhagen
Tuukka Tammi: How I would describe 21st century drug policy to Kettil Bruun
Morten Hulvej Jørgensen & Tine Curtis: Intergenerational dynamics in teenage alcohol use. Two scenarios on a single night in the Danish countryside
Michel Craplet: Prevention of alcohol- and tobacco-related harms. Education or control – must we choose?
Jostein Rise: On time perspective, autonomy and various passions in health education
Olabisi Odejide: Political will is necessary to a comprehensive prevention approach
Robert Damberg: Education should give positive alternatives and focus on adults!
Kerstin Stenius: “Education crucial for social change.” Interview with Pekka Puska
Robert West: Theory of addiction (by Jostein Rise & Velibor Bobo Kovac)
Jessica Palm: Moral concerns – Treatment staff and user perspectives on alcohol and drug problems (by Hildigunnur Ólafsdóttir)
Tommi Hoikkala & Pekka Hakkarainen & Sofia Laine (eds.): Beyond Health Literacy. Youth Cultures, Prevention and Policy (by Jakob Demant)
Petra Kouvonen & Astrid Skrettig & Pia Rosenqvist (eds.): Drugs inthe Nordic and Baltic countries. Common concerns, different realities.(by Mikko Lagerspetz)
Matilda Hellman: Developing an effective alcohol policy for Russia
Kerstin Stenius: The International Society for the Study of Drug Policy
Nordic alcohol statistics 1993–2006
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