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|Other titles||Report, qualitative research on substance abuse among young people in Kiribati|
|Statement||by Chris McMurray.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2005/03500 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||2004401490|
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Substance abuse is an ever expanding problem and is recognized as a threat with serious effects on people’s health, security, social-economic and cultural welfare.
This systematic review assessed the current evidence base of substance use prevention programs for Indigenous adolescents in the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The authors investigated (a) the outcomes, type, setting and context of prevention programs; (b) the common components of beneficial prevention programs; and (c) the methodological quality of evaluations of Cited by: 5.
substance abuse on participation in learning among secondary school students in Kathonzweni District, Makueni County in Kenya.
The study used descriptive survey design combining both qualitative and quantitative research strategies. The research targeted all. BACKGROUND. InFountain & Griffiths conducted a content analysis on papers published during –96 in three leading international drug publications: Addiction, Drug and Alcohol Review and Addiction Research (Fountain & Griffiths ).Of the papers scrutinized, only 17 (6%) reported on studies that had wholly or partially used qualitative by: Journal description.
Journal currently under development. Now in its twenty third year of publication, Substance Abuse is a peer-reviewed journal that serves as the official publication of AMERSA.
Qualitative research shows that the context in which young people experience drugs is crucial for understanding how risk and protective factors operate in relation to experimental and sustained drug use.
Risk factors have differential predictive values throughout adolescence. Miguel Pinedo, Sarah Zemore, Nina Mulia, Black-White differences in barriers to specialty alcohol and drug treatment: findings from a qualitative study, Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, /, (), ().
Impact of Alcohol Consumption on Young People A P Research Report DCSF-RR Dorothy Newbury-Birch, Janet Walker, Leah Avery, Fiona Beyer, Nicola Brown, Katherine Jackson, Catherine A Lock, Ruth McGovern and Eileen Kaner (Institute of Health.
Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment / A Qualitative Study among Young Adult Nonusers, Smokers, Vapers, and Dual Users Show all authors. Preventing Tobacco Use Among Youth and Young Adults: A Report of the Surgeon General.
Atlanta, GA. National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre University of New South Wales A report commissioned by the Australian National Council on Drugs, August ANCD research paper 27 Young people’s opinions on alcohol and other drugs issues. About this journal. Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment is an international, peer reviewed, open access journal focusing on human substance abuse research and treatment, including medical treatment and screening, mental health services, research, and evaluation of substance abuse programs.
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Corrado and Cohen noted that “alcohol abuse is strongly associated with historical loss” (p.
), and Haskell and Randall agreed that “this is a very significant finding because it delineates a connection between the use of alcohol as a form of coping or numbing feelings by people attempting to deal with overwhelming current and/or.
Problem areas are the following: inadequate identification of employees with substance-abuse problems, infrequent treatment referrals, and overlooking of substance abuse in the workplace. This article attempts to address these issues by providing an overview of literature dealing with the problem of substance abuse and dependence in the workplace.
Millions of young adults Report on qualitative research on substance abuse among young people in Kiribati book living with a mental or substance use disorder and many either do not realize they have one or are not paying attention to the signs and not seeking help.
In fact, of the million young adults who reported having a mental illness inmore than 2 in 5 went untreated and of the million with a substance use. For example, substance use research from a critical paradigm promotes harm reduction programs that counter racism, classism, sexism and criminalisation (Green et al., ); shifts policies and practices from ‘fixing’ people to addressing the social determinants of health (Lago et al., ); and encourages critical reflexivity in primary.
Mental health problems among young people in substance abuse treatment in Sweden. Research. Barriers, facilitators, and disparities in retention for adolescents in treatment for substance use disorders: a qualitative study with treatment providers.
Research. Alcohol use disorder among prisoners in Debre Berhan prison, Ethiopia: a cross. Parental substance use impairment, parenting and substance use disorder risk - Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment In-text: (Arria, Mericle, Meyers and Winters, ).
Research Proposal For Alcohol Consumption Among Students. 4 September Alcohol Consumption among International Students INTROUDUCTION Norms are not the same for every culture, the legal drinking age differs creating a gap between the number of adults and youth who consumein some countries people drink very often for different reasons such as.
A qualitative approach was used to investigate the beliefs and perceived norms about participation in smoking cessation programs among a sample of African American alternative school students (N. 2 Understanding Stigma of Mental and Substance Use Disorders.
The term “stigma” is used throughout this chapter and the report to represent the complex of attitudes, beliefs, behaviors, and structures that interact at different levels of society (i.e., individuals, groups, organizations, systems) and manifest in prejudicial attitudes about and discriminatory practices against people with.
Adolescent use of illicit substances imposes an enormous burden on individuals, families, and communities. The types of illicit substances adolescents are using have changed drastically over the.
Alcohol and Other Drug Problems Among the Homeless: Research, Practice, and Future Directions James Baumohl Bryn Mawr College Robert B.
Huebner National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Abstract At least 50 percent of America’s homeless people have significant current problems with alcohol and other drugs. Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment, Vol. 9s2, Issue., p. Child-rearing Support Provided by Public Health Nurses to People with Mental Illness: Qualitative Descriptive Study.
The Open Nursing Journal, Vol. 12, Issue. 1, p. Treatment issues and intervention with young children and their substance abusing parents. In Straussner. For example, research by Pollio et al., () indicates that 61% of young people in shelters are females with a mean age of fifteen (mean =S.D.
+ = years). These findings were supported in other studies (Cleverley & Kidd ; Tyler & Johnson, ). Thus, interventions focusing on the needs of young females would appear to be.
Cultural interventions offer the hope and promise of healing from addictions for Indigenous people.a However, there are few published studies specifically examining the type and impact of these interventions.
Positioned within the Honouring Our Strengths: Culture as Intervention project, a scoping study was conducted to describe what is known about the characteristics of culture. The Relationship Between Social Media and Teen Drug Use. Young people experimenting with drugs and alcohol is nothing new; however, social networking sites are offering new and dangerous opportunities for adolescents to be exposed to drugs.
Teens are uniquely vulnerable to the effects of what they see on social media, as this age group is highly susceptible to peer influences.
In the past week, there's been a groundswell of new research affirming the impact that parents’ mental health and substance abuse have on their children’s development and life outcomes.
The present study is a qualitative study with content analysis approach that aimed to explore the perceived factors that affect self-medication among nursing students, which was conducted in Content analysis is considered as a useful research approach. This paper analyzes data collected during the qualitative study on "Sexual violence among young couples in Nepal", conducted amongst two major ethnic groups - Brahmin/Chhetri and Tharu - between and The data is comprised of 39 free-lists and 15 in-depth case histories with married women aged years.
Objective: There is evidence to show an increase in use of stimulant substances among university students. This study is a qualitative assessment of the existing situation and the underlying reasons for stimulant use among the students of Tehran University of Medical Sciences in Acknowledgments T his report is the work of the Committee on the Prevention of ÂMental Disorders and Substance Abuse Among Children, Youth, and Young Adults: Research Advances and Promising Interventions, a project of the National Research Council (NRC) and the Institute of Medicine (IOM).
Objective Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) is a pressing human right issue and public health concern. We conducted a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative studies published in the past decade on CSA in India to examine the distribution of the prevalence estimates for both genders, to improve understanding of the determinants and consequences of CSA and identify gaps in the current.
Substance abuse is a persistent and longstanding issue in society. It is estimated that 7 to 11 % of adults have an alcohol use disorder in the USA and UK, respectively , and in Canada the prevalence of adult substance abuse (including both drugs and alcohol) is estimated to be 11 % .The impact of drug and alcohol abuse extends beyond the individual user to other family members, and in.
Objectives To develop a physical activity (PA) promotion intervention for adolescents using a process addressing gaps in the literature while considering participant engagement. We describe the initial development stages; (1) existing evidence, (2) large scale opinion gathering and (3) developmental qualitative work, aiming (A) to gain insight into how to increase PA among the whole of year 9.
Jean J. Schensul is a medical anthropologist and senior scientist at The Institute for Community Research, in Hartford, Schensul is most notable for her research on HIV/AIDS prevention and other health-related research in the United States, as well as her extensive writing on ethnographic research methods.
She has made notable contributions to the field of applied. T he prevalence of mental health disorders is greatest in those aged under 25 years, with 26% having a disorder, including 13% with a substance use disorder.1 In addition, a substantial proportion of young adults use substances in a risky manner without reaching the formal diagnostic criteria for a disorder — more than 40% of 18–year-olds use alcohol in a risky or high-risk fashion.
Substance Use Prevention Programming for Adolescents and Young Adults: A Mixed-Method Examination of Substance Use Perceptions and Use of Prevention Services Angela D. Moreland, Cristina M. Lopez, Nada Goodrum, Nada Goodrum, Amanda K.
Gilmore, April L. Borkman, Jenna L. McCauley, Alyssa A. Rheingold & Carla Kmett Danielson. Qualitative research among substance abusers shows little recurring abuse of DXM [11, 13, 14]. Inthe National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) funded Monitoring the Future survey showed abuse of DXM-containing OTC cough medicine was concentrated among teens and, to a lesser degree, young adults: % of 8th, 10th, and 12th grade students.
McCann, Terence ORCID: and Lubman, DI () Help-seeking barriers and facilitators for affected family members of a relative with alcohol and other drug misuse: A qualitative study.
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, pp. ISSN For instance, a large body of research has focused on adolescents’ deviant peer associations and perceptions of peer substance use and found links to an increase in substance use.
56,57,58 Indeed, peer substance use is considered to be one of the strongest predictors of adolescent substance use, and longitudinal studies suggest that such. Following an introductory chapter, this book’s nineteen remaining chapters discuss substance use, substance use disorders, and suggestions for treatment among a broad array of ethnic groups, including some groups that often get less attention in the literature on ethnicity, culture, and substance abuse, such as people with European or Middle.This cutting-edge book responds to the growing need for a textbook that addresses the rapid development of the substance abuse prevention profession.
Finally, professors have a text that supports the content of their prevention courses Substance Abuse Prevention presents the most current knowledge in the field, analyzing what does and doesn't.Clark’s study investigated the impact of support provided by family members on substance use among adults and it revealed that family’s economic support was linked to substance abuse recovery while the duration caregiving was associated with substance use reduction.8 Parent-child communication and parent-child relationship were also.