The AIAR is a network research institute and in which the Academic Addiction of Arkin/Jellinek collaborates with external parties. The AIAR focuses mainly on collaboration with external research groups, clinicians and organizations. The AIAR collaborates with the following parties:
combines the expertise of the sector in the field of prevention, treatment, recovery and rehabilitation in a national expertise network.
supports the realization of a smoke-free work and treatment culture in healthcare, based on the idea: good healthcare is smoke-free healthcare.
aims to promote scientific research, education and care development based on scientifical knowledge.
Centre for Urban Mental Health
aims to provide new insights to improve mental health in a metropolitan setting.
Amsterdam Public Health
encourages state-of-the-art research that contributes to the ever-expanding health potential of individuals and communities.
conducts integrated basic and clinical research to improve our understanding of the human brain and nervous system during health and disease.
offers customized care, using the latest scientific insights and the principle that body and mind are one.
is a specialist in addiction care and is available to anyone with an addiction problem. The treatment is tailored to what the client wants and is able to do.
is constantly researching. In this way, the treatment, guidance and care can improve just like the result for the clients.
The Trimbos Institute is the independent knowledge institute for alcohol, tobacco, drugs and mental health.
is the institute for Research into Lifestyles & Addictions and conducts socially relevant and practice-oriented research.