Special Issue "Recent Research in Substance Use Disorders and Other Mental Health Problems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2021.
Interests: co-occurring substance use disorder and mental health; personality disorder; prospective studies; attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder; cannabis; psychometrics; psychoeducation
Interests: co-occurring substance use disorder and mental health; antisocial personality disorder; overdoses; suicide; opioids; treatment; marginalization
For several decades it has been known that a high proportion of people with substance use disorders struggle with other mental health issues, including common disorders such as anxiety and depression, and less common disorders such as personality disorders, such as ADHD and autism. However, while much progress has been made in identifying and addressing the complex problems related to this co-morbidity, there is still room for improvement.
We are interested in papers on recent research related to the many aspects of substance use disorders and other mental health problems.
Paper topics may include (but are not limited to) epidemiology, assessment issues, prognostic significance, mechanisms of change between disorders, pharmacologic and behavioral treatment, new treatment models and interventions, gender and ethnic issues, special populations (e.g. opiod antagonist treatment, criminal justice populations, health care professionals), cross-sectorial collaboration, policy, legal issues, harm reduction, and recovery.
Prof. Morten Hesse
Prof. Birgitte Thylstrup
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Substance use disorders
- Mental health
- Integrated treatment
- Parallel treatment
- Dual-focus treatment
- Co-occurring disorders