Lori, have you tried the term 'rush'?
It is street slang for that out of body experience induced by substance
Might be worth a try. Leslie

Leslie E. Menz, MLIS
SFMC College of Nursing
511 NE Greenleaf
Peoria, Il  61603
FAX -- 309.655.3648
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Subject: REF Q: Article on Out of Body Experience and Substance Abuse

Hello Librarians,
I need some help.  I think it is stump the librarian's day. I get these
every rotation from a facutly member.  Here it is:
Find an article on Out of Body Experience with Substance Abuse.  The
substance can be drug or alcohol related.  I checked PubMed and come up
with a "goose egg."  Students need this by Thursday December 4th if
I tried just Out of body experience but non really pertained to
substance abuse. 
Thanks for the help!! 
Mrs. Lori A. Graham, MSLS
Health System Librarian
Assistant CME Coordinator
Jameson Health System Library
1211 Wilmington Road
New Castle, PA 16105-2595
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724-656-4179 fax
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