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28 May 2021
Technology-enabled management of dual diagnosis patients
The Journal of Dual Diagnosis is seeking submissions for a special issue on the use of technology in dual diagnosis. Technological advances, including but not limited to, telemedicine, apps, GPS and smartphones are rapidly changing healthcare. The ongoing COVID pandemic has likely accelerated the pace of these changes. The Journal of Dual Diagnosis is interested in high quality submissions that address the use of technology in the treatment of substance use, other mental illnesses or co-occurring conditions (e.g. medical illness, homelessness) in dual diagnosis patients.
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Submissions can be research papers (word limit 3500 words), brief reports (word limit 2000 words) or literature reviews (word limit 7000 words). The accepted manuscripts will be quickly published online with the completed issue expected in late 2021. Select the special issue title "Technology-enabled management of dual diagnosis patients" when submitting your paper to ScholarOne. All submissions will rigorous undergo peer-review.
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