1. Introduction (Richard Pates and Diane Riley).
2. The physical effects of amphetamine use (Zoe Hildrey, Sophie E. Thomas and Alyson Smith).
3. The psychological and psychiatric effects of amphetamines (Richard Pates and Diane Riley).
4. The mechanisms of amphetamine in the brain (Jan K. Melichar and David J. Nutt).
5. Methylphenidate for the treatment of ADHD: clinical efficacy, abuse potential and consequences of use (Craig R. Rush, Andrea R. Vansickel, William W. Stoops and Paul E. A. Glaser).
6. Amphetamine treatment in the UK: the role of substitute prescribing (Richard Pates).
7. Treatments for methamphetamine dependence: contingency management and the matrix model (Richard A. Rawson).
8. Amphetamine use in Canada (Diane Riley).
9. Treatment responses to problematic methamphetamine use: the Australian experience (James Shearer).
10. The ‘P’ problem in New Zealand (Chris Wilkins and Janie Sheridan).
11 Japan’s long association with amphetamines: what can we learn from their experiences? (Akihiko Sato).
12. The emergence of methamphetamine in Thailand: interventions and treatment (Anjalee Cohen and Catherine McGregor).
13. Stimulant use in Central and Eastern Europe: how recent social history shaped current drug consumption patterns (Jean-Paul Grund, Tomas Zabransky, Kevin S. Irwin and Robert Heimer).
14. Sweden’s long experience of amphetamine problems (Kerstin Käll).
15. Harm reduction and amphetamines (Diane Riley).
16. What have we learned: conclusions on treatment (Diane Riley and Richard Pates).