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Johns Hopkins pediatric substance abuse curriculum manual. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Hoover Adger; Eileen M McDonald.
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Author(s): Adger,Hoover; McDonald,Eileen M Title(s): The Johns Hopkins pediatric substance abuse curriculum manual/ Hoover Adger, Jr., Eileen M. McDonald. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, c Pediatrics/education; Substance-Related Disorders* NLM ID: [Book].
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Michelle Tuten, MSW, LCSW-C, is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, program director of the Cornerstone Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program, and deputy research director of the Center for Addiction and Pregnancy in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Kane JC, Murray LK, Bass JK, Johnson RM, Bolton P. Drug and alcohol dependence. ; Prior to joining Rutgers, Dr. Brown earned her Ph.D. in drug dependence epidemiology from the Johns Hopkins University and completed a postdoctoral research fellowship in substance abuse epidemiology at Columbia University.
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He completed a pediatric internship at UCLA and a psychiatric residency at the Mass. Mental Health Center where he was a teaching. The new book Substance Abuse: Commonly Abused Substances and the Addiction Process was written by four Hopkins nurses as a comprehensive practical approach to the prevention, screening, and treatment of substance abuse.
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Curriculum. The curriculum is organized to allow each of our graduates to achieve the eleven educational objectives noted in the Mission and Medical Education Program Objectives for the Johns Hopkins University School of regular M.D. curriculum comprises four academic years designated First through Fourth Years.
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