Introduction Trevor King, Alison Ritter and Nicole LeeHistorical Perspectives on Drug Use and their Possible Implications for the FutureWayne Hall and Adrian CarterEpidemiology: Analysing Patterns of Drug Use and Harms Paul Dietze, Mark Stoove and Anne-Marie LaslettFrameworks for Understanding Drug Use and Societal ResponsesRobin Room and Wayne Hall Images of Drugs in Popular Culture Amy Pennay and Sarah MacleanDrugs and the Internet Monica J. Barratt and Simon LentonPrimary Prevention for Alcohol and Other Drug Use among Australian Adolescents Maree Teesson, Nicola Newton, Katrina Champion and Louise BirrellHarm Reduction: Reducing the Harms from Drug UseCraig Rodgers & Ingrid van BeekDrug Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy TreatmentsSuzanne Nielsen and Natasa GisevPsychosocial Treatments for Drug ProblemsNicole Lee and Amanda BakerDrug Laws and Regulations David McDonald and Caitlin HughesDrug Law Enforcement: Reducing the Supply of DrugsLorraine Mazerolle and Jenna Thompson Making Drugs Policy: Policy Models and Influences on Policy ProcessesAlison Ritter and Kari Lancaster
Alison Ritter is the Director of the Drug Policy Modelling Program (DPMP) and Deputy Director of the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) at the University of New South Wales. Trevor King is the Director of Programs at UnitingCare ReGen Alcohol and Drug Service. Nicole Lee is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University and director at 360Edge, a specialist consultancy for service and workforce development in the alcohol and other drug sector.
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