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Kerstin Stenius: Guidelines for treatment - national ambitions and local implementation
Claes Törnqvist: Twenty then - today about thirty-five. The meaning of alcohol in a life course perspective
Anders Bergmark: Guidelines and evidence-based practice - a critical appraisal of the Swedish national guidelines for addiction treatment
Mats Berglund: Commentary on the paper by Anders BergmarkMads Uffe Pedersen: Evidence-based practice in "the real world"
Pia Mäkelä, Heli Mustonen & Esa Österberg: Does beverage type matter?
Robin Room: National variations in the use of alcohol and drug research: Notes of an itinerant workerMatilda Hellman: Public use of and communication about alcohol researchHildigunnur Ólafsdóttir: Reflections on the use of alcohol researchKatariina Warpenius & Marja Holmila: Connecting alcohol research and prevention practice: Lessons learned from PAKKAEmilie Rapley: The use of alcohol research in Eurocare's lobbying activities
Harald Klingemann & Linda Carter Sobell (eds.): Promoting self-change from addictive behaviors. Practical implications for policy, prevention, and treatment (by Dorte Hecksher)Tuukka Tammi: Medicalising prohibition: Harm reduction in Finnish and international drug policy (by Harry G. Levine)
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