2015 InWomen Annotated Bibliography – now accepting submissions via a new 4-step electronic form

Do you have any new publications since May 2014 that you would like to see added to the InWomen Annotated Bibliography? If so, please submit your citation (and abstract) at this URL: http://goo.gl/forms/zMmP4EHPnv

The annotated bibliography contains references with accompanying short summaries of seminal articles in the field of substance abuse related to women, children, adolescents, or gender differences. The 2014 document has over 650 references, with approximately 175 articles added last year. The articles are sorted into relevant headings and subheadings in an MS Excel document and are available at the InWomen wiki site: http://tinyurl.com/2014InWomenAB

You may submit your own work or other recent articles that you consider relevant for inclusion in the bibliography. Articles should focus on women, children or adolescents, or gender differences and have a substance use, abuse, treatment and prevention component. All submissions will be reviewed by the InWomen Annotated Bibliography committee and approved for inclusion.

The 2015 edition of the InWomen Annotated Bibliography will be released electronically as an Excel document on the InWomen wiki just prior to the 2015 InWomen meeting – to be held in Phoenix, AZ on June 12, 2015. For more information on the upcoming meeting and information on meeting registration, please follow this blog, our Twitter, LinkedIn, and FaceBook.

*An image of the submission form can be found below. Please note that in order to submit a citation/abstract you will need to go to the site mentioned above and complete this form there. Thank you!

Annotated Bib Submission Form


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