Volume 6 Issue 1

Changes in the Addiction Prevalence in Polish Population between 1990-2019: Review of Available Data

Iwona Nowakowska, Karol Lewczuk and Mateusz Gola
The 1989 collapse of the socialist political system in Poland initiated an avalanche of modifications regarding healthcare policy resulting with new institutions and programs dedicated to monitoring and preventing addiction. In the current article, we look at the available data allowing to track changes in (1) the prevalence of exposure to addictive substances and behaviors, and (2) changes of addictions prevalence in Poland between 1990 and 2019.

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Asking NADA: A Needs Assessment for Training Renewal

Claudia Voyles
The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) provides training in “acudetox,” a standardized auricular acupuncture protocol integrated with biopsychosocial models of care to support behavioral health, including emotional response to trauma and disaster.

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