We have recently acquired the former ISDD library (UK) and are in the process of digitizing the contents of this library. Soon we will also start digitizing the contents of the former NIAD (NL) and many other European and International substance use related libraries and collections.
A vast amount of full text books, articles, manuals, readers, handbooks, grey literature and reports is being added constantly so we advise visitors to regularly check the articles, books, reports and other categories.
All articles, books, reports, legal texts, manuals and other documents in the drugtext library are in html format, this is done in order for search engines to be able to query inside documentswhere the pdf format does not support such functionality
We try and make all drugtext documents available in 3 ways; in this Content Management System, in the PDF format and as classic non cms html.
Soon all documents will be available in the ePub (E Readers) and IBook (IPad) formats also
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