John Strang critiques the quality of drug service provision and oral methadone prescribing
Posted on 09-02-2010
John looks for example at the way in which methadone is prescribed. He became interested in how to improve provision. John talks about the evidence base for oral methadone. He explains how important it is for us to study the research evidence to develop better-quality treatment which more effectively prevents deaths and supports progressive recovery.

John Strang

Head of Addictions Department, Kings College UK

Location: London

Professor John Strang is currently Head of the Addictions Department at Kings College London and Head of the newly formed Addictions Clinical Academic Group (Academic Health Science Centre). See full CV in John Strang's FEAD Contributor Documents. Professor in the Psychiatry of the Addictions National Addiction Centre (Kings College) John has led on a number of…

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