International Journal of Drug Policy

Volume 24 Issue 6 November 2013

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Volume 24 Issue 6 November 2013 ISSN 0955-3959 24 6 CONTENTS Cited in: (Printed/on-line) CINAHL(R) database/CUMULATIVE INDEX TO NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH LITERATURE(R) print index; Addiction Abstracts; Criminal Justice Abstracts; Excerpta Medica/EMBASE; Elsevier BIOBASE/Current Awareness in Biological Sciences (CABS); Sociological Abstracts; Social Services Abstracts; Applied Social Sciences Index & Abstracts (ASSIA); International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS), Also covered in the abstract and citation database Scopus®. Full text available on ScienceDirect® SPECIAL ISSUE: OPIATE PHARMACOTHERAPY: TREATMENT, REGIMES, CONSTRUCTIONS AND CONTROL GUEST EDITORS: TESSA PARKES, POLLY RADCLIFFE AND CARLA TRELOAR Opioid pharmacotherapy: Treatment, regimes, constructions and control Joanne Neale(United Kingdom) ........................................................................................................................................... The politics of providing opioid pharmacotherapy Polly Radcliffe, Tessa Parkes Examining structural violence in opioid pharmacotherapy treatment in Australia: Sweating the "small stuff" in a liberal paradise Carla Treloar, kylie valentine (Australia) ............................................................................................................................. Categorising methadone: Addiction and analgesia Helen Keane(Australia) ........................................................................................................................................................ The role of the Chinese police in methadone maintenance therapy: A literature review Jinmei Meng, Scott Burris (United States) ........................................................................................................................... What is low threshold methadone maintenance treatment? Carol Strike, Margaret Millson, Shaun Hopkins, Christopher Smith (Canada, Australia) .................................................. Methadone diversion as a protective strategy: The harm reduction potential of 'generous constraints' Magdalena Harris, Tim Rhodes (United Kingdom) ............................................................................................................. Substance, structure and stigma: Parents in the UK accounting for opioid substitution therapy during the antenatal and postnatal periods Amy Chandler, Anne Whittaker, Sarah Cunningham-Burley, Nigel Williams, Kelly McGorm, Gillian Mathews (UK, Australia)............................................................................................................................................................................... Zoned Out: "NIMBYism", addiction services and municipal governance in British Columbia Scott E. Bernstein, Darcie Bennett (Canada) ....................................................................................................................... From political controversy to a technical problem? Fifteen years of opioid substitution treatment in Finland Jani Selin, Pekka Hakkarainen, Airi Partanen, Tuukka Tammi, Christoffer Tigerstedt (Finland) ...................................... Methadone, a contested substance: Danish methadone policy in the 1970s Esben Houborg(Denmark) .................................................................................................................................................... Work and the journey to recovery: Exploring the implications of welfare reform for methadone maintenance clients Mark Monaghan, Emma Wincup (UK) ................................................................................................................................ The trajectory of methadone maintenance treatment in Nepal Atul Ambekar, Ravindra Rao, Anan Pun, Suresh Kumar, Kunal Kishore (India, Nepal)................................................... Shouting through bullet-proof glass: Some reflections on pharmacotherapy provision in one Australian clinic Sione Crawford Response to Chandler et al., Substance, structure and stigma: Parents in the UK accounting for opioid substitution therapy during the antenatal and postnatal periods Kylie valentine, Carla Treloar (Australia) ............................................................................................................................ ADDITIONAL REGULAR PAPERS Methadone treatment improves tuberculosis treatment among hospitalized opioid dependent patients in Ukraine Olga Morozova, Sergii Dvoryak, Frederick L. Altice (Ukraine, USA) ............................................................................... e1–e5 e6–e10 e11–e13 The International Journal of Drug Policy Vol. 24/6 (2013) 511–638 Vol. 24, Issue 6, November 2013 e14–e20 e21–30 e31–e36 e37–e44 e45–e52 e53–e57 e58–e64 e65–e72 e73–e78 SPECIAL ISSUE: OPIATE PHARMACOTHERAPY: TREATMENT, REGIMES, CONSTRUCTIONS AND CONTROL e79–e82 e83–e86 e87–e88 Guest Editors: Tessa Parkes, Polly Radcliffe and Carla Treloar e89–e96 (Contents continued on BM IV ) Available online at www.sciencedirect.com 05519 ELSEVIER ScienceDirect

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