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Global research mapping of substance use disorder and treatment 1971-2017: Implications for priority setting
Tran,Bach Xuan1,8; Moir,Mackenzie2,4; Latkin,Carl A.8,9; Hall,Brian J.8,9; Nguyen,Cuong Tat3; Ha,Giang Hai3; Nguyen,Nam Ba4; Ho,Cyrus S.H.6; Ho,Roger C.M.5,7
2019-05-25
Source PublicationSubstance Abuse: Treatment, Prevention, and Policy
ISSN1747597X
Volume14Issue:1
AbstractBackground: Globally, substance use disorders are prevalent and remain an intractable public health problem for health care systems. This study aims to provide a global picture of substance use disorders research. Methods: The Web of Science platform was used to perform a cross-sectional analysis of scientific articles on substance use disorders and treatment. Characteristics of publication volume, impact, growth, authors, institutions, countries, and journals were examined using descriptive analysis and network visualization graphs. Results: Thirteen thousand six hundred eighty-five papers related to illicit drugs (5403), tobacco (4469), and alcohol (2137) use disorders and treatment were published between 1971 and 2017. The number of publications on Mindfulness and Digital medicine topics had the highest increase with more than 300% since 2003-2007 despite later presence than other methods. The number of papers on other non-pharmaceutical therapies (behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, skills training or motivational interviewing) grew gradually, however, the growth rate was lower every 5-year period. The United States is the substance use disorder research hub of the world with the highest volume of publications (8232 or 60.2%) and total citations (252,935 or 65.2%), number of prolific authors (25 of top 30 or 83%) and institutions (24 of top 26 or 92%), formed the most international research partnerships (with 96 distinct countries). The international collaboration followed a pattern based on geographic proximity and cultural similarity. Conclusions: This study offers a comprehensive picture of the global trend of publications of substance use disorder. Findings suggest a need for research policy that supports the examination of interventions that culturally adhere to different local contexts to address substance use disorder in communities.
KeywordAlcohol Bibliometric analysis Global, mapping Smoking Substance abuse treatment Substance use disorder
DOI10.1186/s13011-019-0204-7
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Language英語English
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorTran,Bach Xuan
Affiliation1.Institute for Preventive Medicine and Public HealthHanoi Medical University,Hanoi,Viet Nam
2.School of Public HealthUniversity of Alberta,Canada
3.Institute for Global Health InnovationsDuy Tan University,Da Nang,Viet Nam
4.Center for Evidence-based MedicineNguyen Tat Thanh University,Ho Chi Minh City,Viet Nam
5.Center for Behavioral MedicineNguyen Tat Thanh University,Ho Chi Minh City,Viet Nam
6.Department of Psychological MedicineNational University Hospital,Singapore,Singapore
7.Department of Psychological MedicineYong Loo Lin School of MedicineNational University of Singapore,Singapore,Singapore
8.Bloomberg School of Public HealthJohns Hopkins University,Baltimore,United States
9.Global and Community Mental Health Research GroupFaculty of Social SciencesUniversity of Macau,Macao
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Tran,Bach Xuan,Moir,Mackenzie,Latkin,Carl A.,et al. Global research mapping of substance use disorder and treatment 1971-2017: Implications for priority setting[J]. Substance Abuse: Treatment, Prevention, and Policy,2019,14(1).
APA Tran,Bach Xuan,Moir,Mackenzie,Latkin,Carl A.,Hall,Brian J.,Nguyen,Cuong Tat,Ha,Giang Hai,Nguyen,Nam Ba,Ho,Cyrus S.H.,&Ho,Roger C.M..(2019).Global research mapping of substance use disorder and treatment 1971-2017: Implications for priority setting.Substance Abuse: Treatment, Prevention, and Policy,14(1).
MLA Tran,Bach Xuan,et al."Global research mapping of substance use disorder and treatment 1971-2017: Implications for priority setting".Substance Abuse: Treatment, Prevention, and Policy 14.1(2019).
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