The Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science (JAMTS) is the premier, peer-reviewed scientific research publication of Peertechz. The Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science is an initiative to encourage , researchers, clinicians and individuals to share research advances the field of addiction medicine. The Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science is a unique platform that publishes current findings in science and medicine and promotes health and wellness. The editorial board of JAMTS is a committed team of experts that ensures quality publishing of complete and reliable sources of information on discoveries and current developments in the field of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science.
The Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science is a response to the need to dramatically increase applied and diagnostic methodologies, clinical prevention and treatment of the harmful effects of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. At Peertechz, we believe that education and prevention are the ultimate keys to extending good health. The Editorial Board of JAMTS works to disseminate important developments in mental health and addiction-related topics through broad community outreach.
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The Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science also releases special issues edited by existing and guest editors.
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Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science accepts submissions in form of original research articles, review articles, case reports, conference proceedings and short communications.
Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science uses Online System, an online manuscript submission, review and tracking system that helps maintain quality and transparency throughout the review process. All submitted manuscripts undergo review by the editorial board members of JAMTS.
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