NAD 2/2017 (Huhtikuu)
Thirty-three years later: Still a new-old journal
The recovery movement and its implications for policy, commissioning and practice
David Best, Stephanie Judith De Alwis, Donna Burdett
Is it possible to recover from recovery?
Can Nordic alcohol and drug treatment benefit from a recovery perspective?
Collaboration between community social services and healthcare institutions: The use of a collaborative individual plan
Håkan Källmén, Anders Hed, Tobias H. Elgán
Employees’ attitudes towards welfare technology in substance abuse treatment in Finland
Teemu Rantanen, Timo Toikko
Patterns of polydrug use among pregnant substance abusers
Psychometric properties of the UngDOK: A structured interview for adolescents with substance-use problems
Mikael Dahlberg, Mats Anderberg, Peter Wennberg
Substance use problems among people with mild/borderline intellectual disability: Challenges to mainstream multidisciplinary specialist substance treatment in Norway
Anne Juberg, Monica Røstad, Erik Søndenaa