A Matter of Just Treatment: Substance Abuse and the Courts
(DIANE Publishing, 1996 – 77 pages)
Provides information about the identification & treatment of the disease of substance abuse. Will help local courts establish working relationships with community-based substance abuse treatment providers. The report recommends that the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court adopt a policy regarding the court’s responsibility to deal with the substance abuse challenge. Covers: adult criminal cases in Boston courts; juvenile courts & juvenile sessions of district courts; probate & family courts; housing courts & housing cases, & more.
Dr. Punyamurtula Kishore MD featured on page 68
University of Minnesota Faculty
(General Books LLC, 2010 – Education – 394 pages)
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Harrison Pope, Albert R. Behnke, William Foege, Nicholas A. Christakis, Charles Wesley Shilling, James B. Aguayo-Martel, Brian MacMahon, David A. Schauer, John Howard, Jonathan Fielding, Sezan Mahmud, John Quelch, George P. Taylor, Steven K. Galson, Gunther Eysenbach, JoAnn E. Manson, Jonathan Mann, William Lai, Philippe Autier, Punyamurtula Kishore, Frederic Bartter, Marc B. Schenker, Specioza Kazibwe, Walter Willett, Timothy Johnson, Christopher Wanjek, Fred Bass, Joia Mukherjee, Anthony Cortese, Donald Hopkins, James O. Mason, Judith A. Salerno, Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., Wendy Mariner, Graham Colditz, Linda Marc, H. Jack Geiger, Robert Isaac Field, Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih, George Annas, Karl Lauterbach, Jorge Saavedra, Herbert Leonard Ley, Jr., John A. Rich, Kevin Chan, Vineeta Rastogi, Sue Goldie, Eileen Kennedy, Nawal M. Nour, L.D. Britt. Excerpt: Dr. Harrison Graham Pope Jr. “Skip” (b. 1947, Massachusetts), MD, MPH is an American professor and physician, currently Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and an attending physician at McLean Hospital. He is also the Director, Biological Psychiatry Laboratory at McLean’s. According to the ISI index, he is one of the most highly cited psychiatrists of the 20th century. Pope’s research focus is on substance abuse, especially anabolic steroids (His research in this areas includes work in the area of men and their body image, particularly in his book the Adonis Complex where he argued that the media fuels body image disorders for not only women but men as well. See Body image), marijuana, hallucinogens, “ecstasy.” He has also written extensively about “repressed memory” and “recovered memory” controversy, arguing that repressed memory does not exist. Pope has been a pioneer in designing the first randomized clinical trials of several currently accepted
Massachusetts Governor’s Special Advisory Panel
on Forensic Mental Health 1989
Dr. Punyamurtula Kishore MD featured on page 19 of 308
University of Massachusetts Faculty
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 133. Chapters: University of Massachusetts Amherst faculty, University of Massachusetts Boston faculty, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth faculty, University of Massachusetts Lowell faculty, University of Massachusetts Medical School faculty, Lynn Margulis, R. Radhakrishnan, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Guenter Lewy, William S. Clark, Susan B. Neuman, Samuel R. Delany, Stephen Toulmin, James Green, Peter Elbow, Gene Sharp, John Olver, Eunice Alberts, Carl Hancock Rux, Craig Mello, Chuck Close, Samuel Bowles, George N. Parks, John V. Lombardi, Steven M. Reppert, William E. Connolly, Padraig O’Malley, William Julius Wilson, Richard E. Kim, Brian C. Mitchell, Lamar Soutter, Marilynne Robinson, J.R. Mitchell, Sheila Bair, Jon Kabat-Zinn, William Andrew Moffett, David Lisak, Tom Juravich, Peter Hargitai, Sut Jhally, M. J. Alhabeeb, Leila Farsakh, Ronald Reid’s Three Topoi, Francisco Marmolejo, Andrew Keen, Robert Epstein, Leonard Morse, Daphne Patai, Edward Robert Harrison, Duncan Irschick, Nancy Folbre, Robert Kuttner, Silvio O. Conte, Edi Rama, Aaron Lazare, Ken Ueno, Robert Paul Wolff, Richard D. Wolff, Mart n Espada, Lewis Hanke, Punyamurtula Kishore, Edmund Gettier, Peter Linebaugh, Walter Hargesheimer, Joseph Duffey, Daniel R. Anderson, Benjamin Bolger, James Tate, Raymond S. Bradley, Agha Shahid Ali, Charles Anthony Goessmann, Vladimir Haensel, John W. Ryan, Milton Meltzer, Michael A. Arbib, Franklin Patterson, Lynn Klock, Peter Gizzi, Diana Lewis Burgin, Martha Collins, Andre Dubus III, David Grose, Frederick C. Tillis, Carl R. Fellers, Thomas Ferguson, Brad Leithauser, Mark D. Brenner, Andrew McCallum, Howard McCalebb, Peter M. Haas, Christian Hawkey, Sabina Murray, Frances D. Fergusson, Stephen Resnick, George Michael Cuomo, Sabra Loomis, Robert Griffith, Vere Claiborne Chappell, Guy Livingston, Shelton H. Davis, Dara Wier,
Drugs Make You Un-Smarter
What do you do when a parent, a grandparent, your brother, cousins, andan uncle are doing drugs? You are also expected to do drugs, right?Fifteen-year-old Savanna Peterson went beyond the expectations ofothers and took a stand against drugs, even when her older brother hadparties while her mom was at work, the cops were watching her house, and her dad spent most of her life in prison for drug-related crimes.Drugs Make You Un-Smarter is written by a high school student and hergrandmother. The book includes stories of people who have abused drugsand interviews with actors and professionals. Learn facts about drugs andhear about goal-oriented kids who, like Savanna, have made a choice toremain drug-free.
Punyamurtula Kishore M.D., M.P.H., Medical Director
Preventive Medicine Associates, Brookline, MA
Dr. Punyamurtula Kishore began his medical career as a primary care/family practice physician and then moved into a position as the Medi- cal Director of the Washingtonian Center for Addiction, the first organiza- tion in the U.S. to recognize addiction as a disease. Dr. Kishore has been a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine since 1986 and has helped treat more than 140,000 addicts.
In 1993, Dr. Kishore founded National Library of Addictions in Brookline, Massachusetts. The Library is designed to provide a non-profit structure for addiction professionals to exchange ideas and to further the development of treatment methodologies.