The last decade has seen the idea of complexity gain force in social science and epidemiological research. This conference offers a forum in which the issues and dilemmas of complexity in alcohol and other drug research can be explored. It welcomes research based on quantitative and qualitative methods, and encourages innovative use of methods, concepts and theoretical approaches.
Hosted by the journal Contemporary Drug Problems, the Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research (Aarhus University, Denmark), the National Drug Research Institute (Curtin University, Australia), and the Centre for Population Health (Burnet Institute, Australia), this conference will bring together international researchers in drug use and addiction studies from a range of research disciplines.
Deadline for abstracts is February 18. For further details, visit the conference website.