Journal of Addiction Medicine
Published bi-monthly, ASAM’s peer-reviewed Journal promotes excellence in the practice of addiction medicine and in clinical research, supporting addiction medicine as a mainstream medical sub-specialty. The Journal is published for physicians and other mental health professionals who need the most current news and information related to treatment of addiction disorders information. Under the guidance of an esteemed Editorial Board, Journal of Addiction Medicine’s peer-reviewed articles focus on developments in addiction medicine as well as on treatment innovations and ethical, economic, forensic, and social topics. Each issue of the journal offers CME/MOC opportunities.
Journal Podcast: Addiction Medicine: Beyond the Abstract
Produced and hosted by Shawn E. McNeil, MD, Director of Neuroinformatic Research & Associate Residency Program Director LSU Health Sciences Center.
These brief podcasts focus on one article per issue and provide physicians and other Addiction Medicine Professionals a closer look at the perspectives of formal research articles. Podcasts offer insights into the experiences of the authors and researchers behind the great work and development in the field. Listeners can connect with the experts behind the journal in a brand-new way. Each podcast runs 15 – 30 minutes and are downloaded by up to 1,500 listeners each issue.Follow the Podcast
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Books & Textbooks
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A new volume in the bestselling Pocket Notebook series, Pocket Addiction Medicine delivers highly relevant coverage of this widespread and increasing health care problem in an easily portable source. This handbook provides must-know information on everything from screening for and diagnosis of substance use disorder to managing intoxication and withdrawal, to ongoing treatment of substance use disorder, including caring for special populations—all designed for quick reference at the point of care.