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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

The International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research Vol 1, No 1 (2012)

Special issue of papers presented at an international Kettil Bruun Society thematic meeting on alcohol epidemiology and policy held in Kampala, Uganda. November 15-18, 2010. Alcohol Epidemiology and Evidence-Based Policy: Translating Research into Effective Prevention, Treatment and Policy

Table of Contents


Welcome to the International Journal of Alcohol and Drug ResearchPDF
Kathryn Graham, John D. Clapp, Editors-in-Chief
More than just another addiction journal: KBS and social epidemiology come of age
Thomas F. Babor, IJADR Advisory Board
A call to support the new KBS journalPDF
Charles D.H. Parry, IJADR Advisory Board
Why do we need yet another journal?PDF
Jürgen Rehm, IJADR Advisory Board Chair, Bruce G. Pollock, VP Research, CAMH
Toward new comparative understandingsPDF
Kerstin Stenius, IJADR Advisory Board

Introduction to the Special Issue

Global perspective on alcohol research: Facilitating interdisciplinary and international collaborations to address prevailing challengesPDF
Monica H. Swahn, Nazarius M. Tumwesigye, Special Issue Consulting Editors


Psycho-spatial predictors of alcohol use among motor drivers in Ibadan, Nigeria: Implications for preventing vehicular accidentsPDF
Gboyega E. Abikoye
Community-based prevention of alcohol-related injuries: Possibilities and experiencesPDF
Marja Holmila, Katariina Warpenius
Alcohol and inequity in the process of development: Contributions from ethnographic researchPDF
Laura A. Schmidt, Robin Room
Socio-economic determinants for alcohol consumption and heavy episodic drinking in a Ugandan student populationPDF
Martin Stafström
Intoxication before last sexual encounter and HIV risk behavior among men and women in Uganda: Evidence from a nationwide surveyPDF
Nazarius M. Tumwesigye, Rhoda K. Wanyenze, Tom K. Greenfield
Distress and drinking: Cross-cultural connections and contextsPDF
Richard Wilsnack, Arlinda F. Kristjanson, Sharon C. Wilsnack, Perry W. Benson

Longitudinal Analysis of Papers Presented at Past Kettil Bruun Society Meetings

Social and epidemiological research on alcohol: Research presented at meeting of the Kettil Bruun Society between between1983 and 2010.PDF
Henk Garretsen, Miranda Audenaerdt, Ien van de Goor, Dike van de Mheen, Diana Roeg, Rosalie van der Sar, Tim Schoenmakers