Introduction to the Key Readings in Addiction Psychiatry Series
The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry is pleased to announce a new book series entitled “Key Readings in Addiction Psychiatry.” Substance abuse adversely affects a very large portion of the world's population, causing more deaths, illnesses, and disabilities than any other preventable health condition. According to Dr. Alan I. Leshner, Former Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, “addiction has so many dimensions and disrupts so many aspects of an individual's life, treatment for this illness is never simple.” 1 Scientific advances are occurring at an increasingly rapid rate, leading to an array of effective pharmacologic and behavioral treatment approaches. These new advances are stimulating a new level of scientific curiosity and research and accelerating the application of scientific findings in the clinical setting.Through the compilations of up-to-date articles on various aspects of substance use disorders, the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, through the “Key Readings” series, seeks to:
• advance the knowledge of those committed to the treatment of substance abuse
• introduce those new to the field of addictions to recent advances in substance use disorders
• inspire those without knowledge of substance use disorders and reinvigorate those with anihilistic view of their treatment to work to advance the field addiction medicine beyond its current knowledge base.

Each book will serve as a quick guide to research studies and treatment approaches in the addiction field. They will serve as reference tools, edited by

1. Leshner, A.I. (1999). Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment. National Institute on Drug Abuse, Bethesda, MD.

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