Journal of Addiction Medicine

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May/June 2023 - Volume 17 - Issue 3

  • David A. Fiellin, MD, FASAM
  • 1932-0620
  • 1935-3227
  • 6 issues / year
  • Substance Abuse: 7/21
  • 4.647


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Alexa A. Anderson (Lopez), PhD
Assistant Professor
College of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Chung Jung Mun (“Moon”), PhD
Assistant Professor
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University 
Orrin D. Ware, PhD, MPH, MSW
Assistant Professor
​University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work​​

Published May/June 2020
Other Supplements

Investigating Secondary Alcohol Outcomes in a Contingency Management Intervention among American Indian and Alaska Native Adults

Hirchak, Katherine A.; Kordas, Gordon; Lyons, Abram J.; More

Journal of Addiction Medicine. 17(3):e177-e182, May/June 2023.

Assessing Clinically Significant Cognitive Impairment Using the NIH Toolbox in Individuals with Co-occurring Serious Mental Illness and Alcohol Use Disorder

Jett, Julianne D.; Kordas, Gordon; Parent, Sara; More

Journal of Addiction Medicine. 17(3):305-311, May/June 2023.

CME Events, Chapter Events, and National Activities 

Enhance your professional development and practice with ASAM educational programs, membership events, and activities.

ASAM Conference 

The ASAM Annual Conference is the defining event in addiction medicine bringing together all professionals to connect, learn, and inspire. For 54 years, ASAM has been convening the addiction treatment community to showcase best practices and the latest science, research, and innovations in the field.

ASAM State of the Art Course in Addiction Medicine 

This course is designed specifically for physicians and healthcare professionals seeking an advanced level of knowledge about breakthroughs in the field and includes presentations focused on scientific advances and emerging evidence in addiction medicine, Sessions organized around key topics that will also be translated into clinically useful knowledge, and presentations delving into understanding, preventing, diagnosing, and treating addiction and co-occurring medical and psychiatric disorders.

ASAM Review Course On Demand

The ASAM Review Course has a major impact on helping physicians prepare for the addiction medicine board exam and increasing attendees' knowledge of substance use disorders. The ASAM Review Course is widely recognized as the essential primer for physicians and other healthcare professionals who are preparing for a career in addiction medicine.

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