Substance Abuse Library and Information Studies

A Broader Vision: The Value of Multidiciplinary Lenses
Volume III, Issue I - 2016

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A broader vision in shrinking libraries - Judit H. Ward, William Bejarano

The ubiquitous information professional

From saliva samples to the classroom and beyond: What college students are telling us about genetic and environmental influences on substance use and emotional health - Julie Arendt, Nita Bryant, Kenneth S. Kendler, Danielle M. Dick, Amy Adkins

The information professionals' role in monitoring the international proliferation of novel psychoactive substances - Chad Dubeau, Matthew Young

Embedding librarians in clinical practice and continuing and community health education: The CAMH library experience - Sheila Lacroix, Sharon Bailey


Opposing trends: Information dissemination and information literacy

Life as a Tweeter: Information dissemination in the world of Twitter - Christine Goodair

Dissemination 2.0: Bench, bedside and beyond - Meg Brunner

CICAS: Toward a critical framework of information literacy in addiction science - William Bejarano, Judit H. Ward


A year later: Follow up and updates

Marijuana policy update: One year later, after SALIS 2016 - Sheila Lacroix, Isabelle Michot

Reading for recovery: Bibliotherapy for addictions - Judit H. Ward, William Bejarano, Nicholas Allred

Understanding the rainbow: Hispanic girls and their peers' relative risks for mental health and AOD problems - Barbara Seitz de Martinez

 

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Established in 2014,  Substance Abuse Library and Information Studies is the eProceedings of the Annual Conferences of the Substance Abuse Librarians and Information Specialists.

Edited by Judit H. Ward and William Bejarano, Rutgers University
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