Ethical Challenges for Intervening in Drug Use: Policy, Research, and Treatment Issues

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Ethical Challenges for Intervening in Drug Use: Policy, Research, and Treatment Issues


Kleinig, John, Einstein, Stanley, Criminal Justice Ethics


ETHICAL CHALLENGES FOR INTERVENING IN DRUG USE:
POLICY, RESEARCH, AND TREATMENT ISSUES

The Uncertainty Series: Vol. 7

John Kleinig & Stanley Einstein

                                      Introduction
Policy Issues

1    John Kleinig             Ethical Issues in Substance
                                Use Intervention
2    Douglas N. Husak         The Moral Relevance of Addiction
3    Maurice Rickard          Substance Misuse Treatment--
                                Evidence-based Policy or
                                Fair Policy?
4    William H. Gottdiener    Is Harm Reduction Psychotherapy
                                Ethical?
5    Stephen Coleman          Ethical Issues Raised by Non-
                                Punitive Drug User Policies
6    John Kleinig             Thinking Ethically about Needle
                                and Syringe Programs
7    David Wasserman          Addiction and Disability: Moral
                                and Policy Issues
8    Ellen Benoit &           Disability and Substance User
       Steven Magura            Treatment/Rehabilitation:
                                Ethical Considerations
9    Dennis M. Gorman         Conflicts of Interest in the
                                Evaluation and Dissemination of
                                Drug Use Prevention Programs
10   Tziporah Kasachkoff      Drug Addiction and Responsibility
                                for the Health Care of Drug
                               Addicts

Research Issues

11   Kenneth D. Pimple        Ethical Issues in Drug User
                                Treatment Research
12   Manuella Adrian          Research and Ethics: Misusing
                                Drug Use(r) Statistics
13   Jeannette Johnson        Ethics in Prevention
       & Nancy Vandermark       Research with Children
14   Theodore M Godlaski,     Reflections on Ethical Issues in
       Jeannette Johnson, &     Research with Aboriginal Peoples
       Rodney Haring

Treatment Issues

15   Steve Clarke and         On the Competence of Substance
       Neil Levy                Users to Consent to Treatment
                                Programs
16   Stephen J. Morse         Medicine and Morals, Craving and
                                Compulsion
17   Kylie Williams &         Counselor-Client Relationships
       Dean Cocking             and Professional Role Morality
18   Elliot D. 

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