The EAAT 2007 programme has been developed to create a dynamic conference with a broad spectrum of non-substance dependant and substance-dependant subject material.
EAAT 2007 provides a focus for understanding the scientific medical and social bases of addiction and a discussion forum to further develop relevant therapies throughout Europe . EAAT also provides a central platform through which information can be disseminated across country and cultural boundaries.
It has become clear in recent years that addiction generates considerable economic impact on society and that addictive behaviours are associated with medical morbidities and increased mortality.
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The EAAT will approach the problem of addiction from many different angles, and foster the evaluation and development of research strategies and treatment programmes.
Through the annual conference, and international collaborative ventures, the EAAT aims to improve our understanding of prevention and treatment of addictive behaviours, with much emphasis on psychopharmacological treatment.
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