Volatile substance misuse

C. Dell, D. Dell, Sl. Cruz, R. Balster. 2012. Volatile Substance Misuse: A Look into the Future. Canadian Journal of Public Health. e473

C. Dell▪ and S. Cruz. 2012. Foro: Internacional sobre uso indebido de psicoactivos volatiles (Inhalables).   Inhalant Conference Summary. 14 pp.

C. Dell, S. Gust, S. MacLean. 2011. Special Issue on Volatile Substance Misuse: A Global Perspective. Substance Use & Misuse: An International Interdisciplinary Forum. 47(S1), pp. 1-143. This international peer reviewed journal was co-edited with the National Institute on Drug Abuse, International Program, USA & Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre and University of Melbourne, Australia.

R. Bone, C. Dell, M. Koskie, M. Kushniruk, C. Shorting. 2011. “The Lived Experience of Volatile Substance Misuse: How Support Contributes to Recovery and Sustained Wellbeing“. Substance Use & Misuse: An International Interdisciplinary Forum. 47(S1), pp. 119-127.

C. Dell, S. Gust, S. MacLean. 2011. “Global Issues in Volatile Substance Misuse”. Substance Use & Misuse: An International Interdisciplinary Forum. 47(S1), pp. 1-7.

R. Balster, S. Cruz, M. Howard, C. Dell, L. Cottler. 2009. (Klasifikace). (Reprint). problémově užívaných inhalantů. [Classification of Abused Inhalants].  Adiktologie.  9(4), pp. 228-233.

B. Balster, S. Cruz, M. Howard, C. Dell, L. Cottler, 2009. “Classification of Abused Inhalants“. Addiction. 104(6), pp. 878-882.

C. Dell, M. Seguin, C. Hopkins, R. Tempier, R. Duncan, D. Dell, L. Mehl-Madrona, K. Mosier. 2011. “From Benzos to Berries: How Treatment Offered at an Aboriginal Youth Solvent Abuse Treatment Centre Highlights the Important Role of Culture”. In Review Series. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. 56(2), pp. 75-83.

C. Dell and T. Beauchamp. 2006. Youth Volatile Solvent Abuse.  Ottawa:  Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse

C. Dell and S. Huff. 2005. “Parents Be Aware: The Dangers of Sniffing (Solvent Abuse)” & “The Road to Healing: Stopping Solvent Abuse in Aboriginal Communities”. Canadian Health Network  Feature Article, Canadian Health Network’s Healthlink Newsletter, Public Health Agency of Canada.

C. Dell and  G. Graves. 2005. Developing a Tool to Measure the Impact of Client Length of Stay on Treatment Outcome. Saskatoon: Youth Solvent Addiction Committee. Overview

C. Dell, C. Hopkins, D. Dell. 2004. “Resiliency and Holistic Inhalant Abuse Treatment.” Journal of Aboriginal Health. 1(2), pp. 4-12.

C. Dell, A. Ogborne, P. Begin, G. Roberts, D. Dell, D. Ayotte, M. Blouin. 2003. Youth Residential Solvent Treatment Program Design – An Examination of the Role of Program Length and Length of Client Stay. Saskatoon: Youth Solvent Addiction Committee.

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