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Addiction Research Foundation. Gender Issues in Addictions Research.
A still ongoing series of student surveys by the Addiction Research Foundation of Ontario commenced in 1968, and a number of smaller, regional surveys of special populations were also conducted in these early days.
Addiction Research Foundation and Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (1993).
The implementation of the Action Plan by regional programs consultants in local communities was guided by a number of procedures and documents (Addiction Research Foundation, 1983; Faveri, Rush & Graham, 1981).
Toronto: Addiction Research Foundation. Rosenbaum, P., Laverty, G., Bowman, M., Ogurzsoff, S., Kuziar, S.
27-41), the Addiction Research Foundation (ARF) has a unique role in Ontario because of its provincial rather than local mandate.
Through this group, A/R services are able to link with other groups such as detox centers, youth programs, the Addiction Research Foundation, day programs, recovery homes, and mental health services.
The protocol underwent two major revisions and now exists in a form known as the ASIST (Addiction Research Foundation, 1989).
The past 20 years have witnessed an intensive, well-thought-out effort of the Addiction Research Foundation to integrate assessment and referral centers with the larger system of substance abuse treatment in Ontario.
The validity of Ledermann's theory and the statistics from which his conclusions were drawn were subsequently criticized, but the basic premise - that total per capita consumption was related to alcohol misuse - was accepted by a group of scientists from the Addiction Research Foundation in Ontario (Edwards, 1991).
The fourth section, Canada: The Addiction Research Foundation, has David Archibald, Harold Kalant, and Wolf Schmidt, with a comment by Reginald Smart.
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