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September/October 2022 - Volume 16 - Issue 5

  • Frank J. Vocci, PhD (Acting)
  • 1932-0620
  • 1935-3227
  • 6 issues / year
  • Substance Abuse: 7/21
  • 4.647

The Journal of Addiction Medicine (JAM), the official peer-reviewed journal of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, seeks Editorial Fellows. Applicants should have at least two years of addiction research experience, have an MD, PhD, DSc, or PsyD degree, have completed clinical specialty training, hold faculty positions at the instructor, or assistant professor level or other junior faculty level equivalent, and have published at least 3, peer-reviewed articles. Fellows will obtain extensive experience in manuscript review and scientific peer-reviewed publishing in addiction medicine. Candidates with expertise in epidemiology/pharmacoepidemiology, child and adolescent psychiatry, or qualitative analysis/mixed methods are encouraged to apply. The two-year Editorial Fellowship offers an annual $500 stipend. Application deadline: October 21, 2022. 

Click here to read the full job description. 

Apply online here.​​

Journal of Addiction Medicine's (JAM) 2021 impact factor increased to 4.647, nearly a full point over 2020's score of 3.702, according to Clarivate's 2021 Journal Performance Data released in June 2022. This increase moves JAM's ranking from #10 to #7 within the 21 journals in Clarivate's “Substance Abuse" category.

JAM's Impact Factor consistently increased under the 7-years of leadership by Editor in Chief Richard Saitz, MD, MPH, FACP, DFASAM. Saitz moved into the position in 2015 until his resignation in December 2021. JAM's Co-Editors, Martha Wunsch, MD, DFASAM, Frank Vocci, PhD, Ismene Petrakis, MD, and Kelly Dunn, MD, and 3 Fellow Editors, Ben Han, MD, Patience Moyo, PhD, and Marcela Smid, MD, have also played important roles in the growth and success of JAM, and we congratulate them for this notable accomplishment.​

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ASAM 2022 Conference 
Thank you to everyone who attended ASAM’s annual conference in addiction medicine, live from Hollywood Florida!  Instructions on how attendees can obtain CMEs can be accessed here.

This LIVE (in-person) two-and-a-half-day course is designed specifically for physicians, researchers, and healthcare professionals seeking an advanced level of knowledge about breakthroughs in the field of addiction medicine.  

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Visit ASAM’s e-Learning Center to view the lectures at this two-and-a-half-day event held in late July 2022. The session topics are mapped to the addiction medicine exam blueprint and feature an outstanding lineup of faculty. Following the event, all sessions will be available on-demand for the next three years in ASAM’s e-Learning Center.

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