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Discover Our Medicine & Health Substance Use Portfolio

Supporting progress & innovation through evidence-based science & research

At Taylor & Francis, we are dedicated to providing quality, data-driven research to help drive successful patient outcomes, advance discovery and innovations, and support progress toward a better future.

As the largest international publisher of Substance Use journals, we are passionate about supporting progress and innovation in the prevention and treatment of addiction disorders.

Taylor & Francis’ Medicine & Health Substance Use portfolio of rigorous, evidence-based peer-reviewed research has influenced policies put forth by the Analysis & Policy Observatory (APO), World Health Organization (WHO), National Academies Press, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, UK Government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Bank and many more.

A sample selection of our policy articles can be found further down this page. 

“At Taylor & Francis, our Substance Use journals provide critical research in substance use, addiction and related sciences to those professionals who work to prevent, treat, and form policy that will ultimately effect change in this field.” -- Todd Hummel, Global Editorial Publishing Director, Medicine

Explore Our Medicine & Health Substance Use Journals

Our journal portfolio covers a wide range of Medicine & Health Substance Use topics and aims to share valuable information with researchers, practitioners, and those interested in prevention, treatment, and overall understanding of Substance Use. Click on the journal icons below to learn more.

Sharing Research With Impact

We are committed to developing and showcasing meaningful research. We aim to connect you to the tools and resources that are needed to help create real-world impact. In addition to our strong academic portfolio, we provide a number of value-added services to help extend the reach of your research, and effect change.

How do we make real-world impact in substance use treatment & prevention?

In support of National Recovery Month & Overdose Awareness campaign efforts, we created a collection of evidence-based journal articles and book chapters, free to access through December 31, 2021.
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Racial Justice and the War on Drugs

Hear from the American Journal of Bioethics as they discuss the role of bioethics, the metaphor of the War on Drugs, the decriminalization of recreational drugs & their legal regulation in this free webinar.
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Ready to Publish your Substance Use Research?

We understand the importance of making research readily accessible to key medical providers and other decision-makers within the Substance Use field. We remain dedicated to supporting open access to valuable scientific information and data to help support successful patient outcomes and treatment decisions. Learn more about how you can get immediate access to your article on publication, high visibility and discoverability, rigorous peer review and much more.

Discover our Addiction Disorder Books

Our books cover a wide range of diverse topics relating to the understanding and treatment of a variety of substance use and addictive disorders.
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COVID-19: Novel Coronavirus Content

Our content is at the forefront of the conversation around COVID-19 and Substance Use. As a leading publisher of trusted science, technology, medicine, humanities and social sciences research, Taylor & Francis is committed to helping public health authorities, researchers, clinicians and the general public learn more about both topics and where they intersect. Discover more from our library of covid-19 resources.
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Supporting a Sustainable Future Through Science & Research

Taylor & Francis supports the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. That’s why we’ve created SDG Online, a curated collection of more than 12,000 of the most important and relevant book chapters and journal articles, published under the Routledge and CRC Press imprints, in an online library covering all 17 SDGs. The collection also features new multi-format teaching and learning resources, including core essays, presentations, videos, case studies, teaching guides, and lesson plans. The work that is being done around the topic of Substance Abuse coincides with UN Goal 3: Good Health & Well-Being.

Sustainable Development Goals

Explore the Taylor & Francis Sustainable Development Goals Online collection to discover how research can help promote good health and well-being for all.
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