Griffith Edwards
Griffith Edwards
Founder of the UK National Addiction Centre
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  • About Griffith

    Griffith Edwards MD (1928-2012) spent his entire career from leaving Oxford University on the study and treatment of alcohol and drug addiction. He served as Editor-in-Chief of the journal ‘Addiction’ for many years and continued as Assistant Commissioning Editor.

    Griffith was filmed at Stirling University for the Pathway to Recovery Seminar run Stirlings Department for Applied Social Science

    This seminar can be heard in full at Stirling University’s online Radio

    Griffith Edwards died September 13th 2012 and tributes can be found on this site including New York Times.

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