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Salient aspects of drug addiction are well covered as regards its prevalence, origin and perpetuation. The devastating effects of the addiction of various types be it alcohol, opioids or heroin are well described. The effects of addiction on personality of the addict, his family, social, professional and economic status are covered in detail. The book should prove useful as an important introduction for the curious reader, family members of addicts, as well as general practitioners in understanding and managing addicts in their care.
MD, FRCPCH (Lond.) FAMS, Director (Retd.), PGIMER, Chandigarh
The articles (In this book) have been written by various trained in addiction experts.……..The contents of each and every write-up reveal the hard work, dedication and struggles of the respective authors with the addiction patients. The book aims to provide information regarding all aspects of substance related disorders.
(Punjabi Monthly) July 2012
Dr. Rajinder Singh’s book Drug Addiction is well researched and reflects his knowledge and expertise in the field of psychiatric and addiction problem in India in general and more specifically in the state of Punjab… This book is so explicit and well documented that it can be used to educate the professionals, students and Non-Governmental Organizations working in this field……..It strongly recommends that detox ought to be done under the vigilance of a medical professionals, trained in addictionologists.
Eternal Voice, Vol.4 No.2
Drug addiction is a complete book covering all its aspects………The write-ups have been contributed by the authors having clinical acumen and practical experience of managing cases of drug addiction…………The abused substances detailed out in the book are nicotine, alcohol, opioids (top three), cannabis, benzodiazepines, antihistaminics, cocaine etc. The book is meant to be read and understood by medical and paramedical staff i.e. counselors, nursing staff and members of the NGOs involved in the treatment of these cases. The book is strongly recommended for those, who are involved in the care of the drug addicts.
Current Medical Journal of India Vol XVIII No. 4
The book is a guide for doctors, counselors and social workers engaged in the fight to kill the demon of addiction. Even if an addict patient is motivated to go through this book it can work wonders.………………….Good print, lucidity of language, elegant get up and rich contents make this book highly readable and useful. This book the need of shelves of every library and desk of the doctor, social worker, and counselor.
Abstracts of Sikh Studies, Vol XIV, Issue 3
Apart from providing statistics, various chapters in this volume look at assorted aspects of drug addiction and alcoholism, including the causes and sources of supply of such substances, and endeavour to suggest viable methods for fighting the menace. The research done is both extensive and intensive. There are many articles, both in English and Punjabi, included in this volume that should be of interest to law enforcers, rehabilitation experts and researchers, apart from the general public.
Drug Addiction is a book with a difference. The contributors suggest a simple and pragmatic approach to deal with drug addiction. They are of the opinion that it is the lack of spiritual values in modern life, along with other factors, which is one of the primary causes of drug addiction. In Spiritual Intelligence and Addiction, and Incorporating Spiritual Concepts in Drug Addiction Dr. ( Col.) Rajinder Singh et al, rightly reiterate that spiritual orientation of addicts along with effective medication is vital for drug-management.………….. It is, perhaps, for this reason that both the English and Punjabi sections of Drug Addiction are followed by compilations of thoughts and ideas from saints, savants, philosophers and enlightened men.………Drug Addiction is, in brief, a thought-provoking book, with an undoubted social significance. It carries an important message, that is, the urgency to control drugs and other addictions with collective efforts from the Government, NGO’s, social activists, religious and educational and charitable trusts.
Eternal Voice Vol. 4 No. 4
PUBLISHED RESEARCH ARTICLES
ROLE OF SPIRITUAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT OF SUBSTANCE RELATED DISORDERS. Dr. (Col.) RAJINDER SINGH M.D. & ONKAR SINGH C.P.A.D.A. (NISD)
RESEARCH PAPER PRESENTED AT XXX ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN PSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY (NORTH ZONE), 15-16 OCT.2005 AT GOVT. RAJINDRA MEDICAL COLLEGE PATIALA (PUNJAB)
SPIRITUALITY AND ADDICTIONRajinder Singh & Onkar Singh (Compendium of Abstracts (Pages 128-129) Indian Psychiatric Society Annual Conference year 2007, Chennai)
A COUNTRYSIDE EXPERIENCE IN DE-ADDICTIONRajinder Singh, Onkar Singh (Abstracts of 33rd Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society - North Zone October 18-19, 2008, Govt. Medical College & Hospital, Sector-32, Chandigarh (Page 45))
INCORPORATING SPIRITUAL CONCEPT IN MANAGEMENT OF SUBSTANCE RELATED DISORDERSDr. (Col.) Rajinder Singh Consultant Psychiatrist, Chandigarh (Current medical Journal of India, Vol. XII, No.7, Oct. 2006 (Page 26) )
DATA & STATISTICS
NEWS & SOCIAL MEDIA