Journal of Drug Abuse (ISSN: 2471-853X) aims to publish foster activities in the field of drug abuse and the burden associated with mental, neurological and substance use disorders, and to promote mental health worldwide. The Journal promotes reliable manuscripts base on mental health, neurological and substance abuse problems and service systems; evidence-based technical guidance on mental health and substance abuse; strengthening policies and systems for mental, neurological and substance abuse care; strengthening capacity on mental health and substance abuse policies and systems to deliver services that are effective, adequate and respect the human rights of affected individuals, and respond to emerging mental health problems such as emergencies and HIV/AIDS.
The journal has archived resource of several issues from 2015 which tract the significant steps in the field of drug abuse. The journal’s author base is composed of eminent academicians, scientists and medical professional from diverse geographical regions of the world. Similarly, the reader base also has heterogeneous composition as revealed by Google analytics. On an overall basis, the journal has been successful in collation of quality research outcomes in neurology and their wider propagation.
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