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Cost-benefit/cost-effectiveness research of drug abuse prevention
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research in Rockville, MD
|Statement||editors, William J. Bukoski, Richard I. Evans.|
|Series||NIDA research monograph -- 176, NIH publication -- no. 98-4021|
|Contributions||Bukoski, William J., Evans, Richard I. 1922-, National Institute on Drug Abuse. Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
The Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment (JSAT) features original research, systematic reviews and reports on meta-analyses and, with editorial approval, special articles on the assessment and treatment of substance use and addictive disorders, including alcohol, illicit and prescription drugs, and values high quality empirical research that is relevant for translation by. Preventing and addressing addiction is a learning process. In addition to the information and perspectives we make available to read online, the following materials are designed to be printed, read at your convenience and used as a frequent reference.
Principles of Substance Abuse Prevention for Early Childhood: A Research-Based Guide (In Brief) Order Now This brief guide highlights seven evidence-based principles of prevention for use in the early years of a child’s life (prenatal through age 8), developed from research funded in full or in part by NIDA. These questions were addressed by a team of researchers from RAND's Drug Policy Research Center. The new research supported the following conclusions: Model school-based drug use prevention programs can reduce lifetime cocaine consumption, although by relatively small proportions—between 2 and 11 percent.
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Miller TR, Zaloshnja E, Spicer RS. Effectiveness and benefit-cost of peer-based workplace substance abuse prevention coupled with random testing. Accid Anal Prev. b; – Mitchel ME, Hu TW, McDonnell NS, Swisher JD.
Cost-effectiveness analysis of an educational drug-abuse prevention program. J Drug Educ. ; –Cited by: 5. Cost-benefit/cost-effectiveness Research of Drug Abuse Prevention: Implications for Programming & Policy Paperback – August 1, Format: Paperback.
science-based drug abuse prevention programs that actually work in the real world. In response, the emerging science of drug abuse prevention is beginning to provide practical answers for these types of questions. For example, over the past 5 years, the science of drug abuse prevention (Bukoski ; Mrazek and Haggerty ; Sloboda andFile Size: KB.
Impact of substance abuse on federal spending --Historical perspective on effective prevention --School-based approaches to drug abuse prevention: evidence for effectiveness and suggestions for determining cost-effectiveness --Effectiveness of prevention interventions with youth at high risk of drug abuse --Costs, benefits, and cost.
Cost-benefit, cost-effectiveness research of drug abuse prevention: implications for programming and policy / By Richard I. Evans, William J. Bukoski and National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research. In National Household Survey on Drug Abuse: Methodological resource book (Volume 1, Section 2, prepared for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Office of Applied Studies, under Contract No.
Deliverable No. 10, Citations: 2 - 0 self. The goal of this book is to help researchers, practitioners, and policy makers prevent drug abuse, primarily among adolescents who either have not used drugs before or have just started using them.
Handbook of Adolescent Drug Use Prevention: Research, Intervention Strategies, and Practice. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Several reviews of the literature suggest that prevention programs aimed at counteracting social influences to use drugs show effects on delaying onset rates, and in some cases decreasing prevalence rates, of gateway drug use—tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana use (Botvin and Botvin ; Pentz.
Important Facts. Drug abuse has a pervasive effect on an entire community. Understanding drug use risk factors and spreading the word through prevention programs is the best defense against drug abuse.
Parental monitoring has been the most effective way to slow the expansion of drugs in family situations. Substance Abuse Prevention Dollars and Cents: A Cost-Benefit Analysis 1 1. Executive Summary Policymakers and other stakeholders can use cost-benefit analysis as an informative tool for decisionmaking for substance abuse prevention.
This report reveals the importance of. This wide-ranging handbook brings together experts in the sociology of drug abuse prevention.
Providing a comprehensive overview of the accumulated knowledge on prevention theory, intervention design, and development and prevention research methodology, this work also promotes prevention science as an evolving field in the practice and policy of drug abuse s: 1.
Drug abuse—of licit and illicit drugs alike—is a big medical and social problem and attracts a substantial amount of research attention. But the most attractive and most easily fundable research topics are not always those with the most to contribute to improved social outcomes. Children need to be educated about tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs in order to make safe decisions.
Find lessons and printables to teach your students about smoking, substance abuse prevention, and health and wellness. Utilize these cross-curricular teaching resources on alcohol and drug awareness to make sure your students get the facts. Schools. Schools have been an important setting for UNODC to reach many children and adolescents with prevention activities.
Evidence-based drug education based on life skills that offer personal, social, resistance and communication skills, as well as information about the short-term effects of drugs through a series of session offered by trained teachers.
Sussman, S. Risk factors for and prevention of tobacco use. Review. Pediatric Blood and Cancer ;– Tobler NS, Stratton HH. Effectiveness of school-based drug prevention programs: a meta-analysis of the research.
Journal of Primary Prevention ;18(1)– U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Drug Injecting and HIV Infection: global dimensions and local responses, This book is a definitive account of drug injecting behaviour and HIV infection in cities across the world.
The book is based on an important study initiated by WHO inlaunched against a background of the rapid spread of HIV infection in a number of major cities. Some suggest that drug abuse prevention researchers talk more frequently with prevention practitioners about their expectations, opinions, and anecdotal experiences related to prevention program effectiveness.
Drug abuse prevention has been controversial; consequently, drug abuse prevention research is a part of that controversy. Collection of data from the National Survey of Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) on age at first use of illegal drugs across the U.S. begins at age 12 years, with data from indicating that percent of to year-old children have used an illegal drug in the past month (including inappropriate use of prescription drugs), percent are.
Drug use can result in drug addiction, serious impairment, illness and death. Health risks of commonly used drugs include the following: Cocaine — Risk of heart attack, stroke and seizures; Ecstasy — Risk of liver failure and heart failure; Inhalants — Risk of damage to heart, lungs, liver and kidneys from long-term use; Marijuana — Risk of impairment in memory, learning, problem.
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Home» Browse» Criminal Justice» Social and Psychological Aspects of Crime» Addiction and Substance Abuse» Drug Abuse. Acquisition Note: GPO Contents: Impact of substance abuse on federal spending -- Historical perspective on effective prevention -- School-based approaches to drug abuse prevention: evidence for effectiveness and suggestions for determining cost-effectiveness -- Effectiveness of prevention interventions with youth at high risk of.These substance abuse books can be a great gift to give to a parent who needs help tackling the issue of drug abuse.
Many children do not see the harmful effects of substance use on teen lives. Knowledge can be power, so give them to power to say no to drugs and help in the prevention of substance abuse .Prevention Research: Deterring Drug Abuse Among Children and Adolescents, ed.
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