Co-occurring alcohol and cocaine dependence: Recent findings from clinical and field studies
Flannery, B., Morgenstern, J., Mckay, J., Wechsberg, W., & Litten, R. Z. (2004). Co-occurring alcohol and cocaine dependence: Recent findings from clinical and field studies. Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research, 28(6), 976-981.
This article represents the proceedings of a symposium held at the 2003 annual meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The organizer and chair was Barbara A. Flannery, and the discussant was Raye Z. Litten. The presentations were (1) Examining treatment trajectories of alcohol and cocaine dependent patients, by Jon Morgenstern; (2) Outcomes of alcoholics with and without cocaine dependence in a continuing care study, by James R. McKay; (3) Characteristics of non-treatment seeking cocaine and alcohol dependent African Americans, by Barbara A. Flannery; and (4) Cocaine and alcohol use among sex workers in South Africa, by Wendee M. Wechsberg