What do political parties and people think of cannabis and it’s legality in the UK?
Should we all start using the words Substance Use Disorder to describe addiction?
Find out why the word is changing and being replaced by those working in the field of addictive disorders and why some people might want to hold on titles/tags of Addict or Alcoholic.
Dylan Kerr is now a member of the FDAP
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How are Heroin and Prescription Opioids affecting the UK? Data from National Statistics office in the UK (2018) has shown … More
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Eric Berne (sometimes pronounced ber-nay) was a Canadian psychiatrist around the era of the late 1950’s. He is most popular … More
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