Substance Abuse Library and Information Studies

Real Health: The Importance of Professionals in Today's Information Climate
Volume IV, Issue I - 2017

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Climate change: History in the making - Judit H. Ward

On the current information climate

Public health, social networks, and the digital media ecosystem: Emerging hypotheses -- Brittany Seymour, Natalie Gyenes, Hal Roberts, Sands Alden Fish II, Fernando Bermejo, Ethan Zuckerman

The opioid epidemic: History and current treatment - Amy L. Harrington

Activist Librarian II: Engaging in LGBTQ cultural competencies - Juan Carlos Vega

Follow up and brief reports

Designing a web portal for persons with serious mental illness: Design considerations based on the literature, focus groups and an expert users survey - Len Levin, Zlatina Kostova

Creating a SALIS legacy: Building an alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) archive with knowledge for all - Sheila Lacroix, Andrea L. Mitchell, Barbara S. Weiner

This issue is dedicated, in loving memory, to Barbara Seitz de Martinez, SALIS Chair and friend, 1948-2018


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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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