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Alcohol use disorders and sleep disruption

Alcohol and hypertension

Primary care and alcohol use disorders

New treatments in alcohol use disorders

The “must-be-known” neurobiology of alcohol use disorders

Alcohol use disorders: Burden of disease

EPA 2014

  • Alcohol Dependence - from Disease to Treatment

    Presentation at EPA 2014 by Prof. Dr. Henri-Jean Aubin, University Paris Sud, France

    Alcohol dependence is highly prevalent and wide-spread among people of all ages and socioeconomic groups, and has enormous health consequences...
  • Clinical relevance of alcohol reduction

    Presentation: Prof. Dr. Jonathan Chick, Castle Craig Hospital, West Linton, Peeblesshire, Scotland

    Traditional methods for treating alcohol dependence have always been focused on total abstinence using psychotherapeutic and pharmacological interventions. However, many...
  • Integration of psychosocial support and pharmacotherapy

    Presentation: Prof. Dr. William D. Dundon, Center for the Studies of Addiction, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, USA

    Patients with alcohol dependence are often only referred to psychosocial support. However, the use of pharmacotherapy may complement psychosocial treatments,...

ECNP 2013

  • Benefits of patient-centred care in alcohol dependence

    Presentation: Prof. Dr. Gerard Schippers, dept. of Psychiatry of the Academic Medical Center Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

    Patient-centred treatment promotes adherence, leads to improved outcomes and to decreased unnecessary utilization of health care services. This research supports...

ECNP 2012

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