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Advances in Dual Diagnosis (ADD) is a one-stop shop for dual diagnosis and complex needs research, news, policy updates and good practice, offering interesting, controversial and thought-provoking topical content.
As practical as it is informative, this international journal’s ultimate goal is to disseminate a combination of research and innovative practice case studies about co-occurring substance abuse and mental health problems and complex needs. The journal is rooted in the experience of dual diagnosis in practice, with user and carers’ experiences central to the tone and themes covered. It aims to support frontline workers in delivery of evidence-based practice and provides a forum for the debate of current issues and opinions.
ADD is a vital resource for practitioners, frontline staff, nurses, managers, policy-makers, psychologists, social workers, academics, researchers, universities and colleges, local authorities, commissioners, carers, users of services and students. Unlike some journals which have a solely academic audience, research published in ADD is read by practitioners and managers in health services, commissioning bodies, social care services, criminal justice systems and NGOs.
Content should be accessible, readable, challenging and current. ADD welcomes submissions from academics, practitioners and managers who are involved in delivering services to people who are dually diagnosed. The journal provides a forum for the dissemination of:
Advances in Dual Diagnosis is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Health & Social Care eJournals Collection. For more information, please email email@example.com or visit the Emerald Health & Social Care eJournals Collection page.
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