7 edition of Substance use among children and adolescents found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-381) and indexes.
|Statement||Ann Marie Pagliaro and Louis A. Pagliaro.|
|Contributions||Pagliaro, Louis A.|
|LC Classifications||HV5824.C45 P34 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 407 p. :|
|Number of Pages||407|
|LC Control Number||95025496|
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. Depression and the initiation of alcohol and other drug use among youths aged 12 to The NSDUH Report. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (). Results from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health: National findings. NSDUH Series H, HHS Publication No. SMA
Physical adverse effects of substance abuse are: Rare in children and adolescents Develop only after chronic use over several decades Understanding of substance abuse problems during adolescence is critical to study any approach aimed at lessening these physical adverse effects Adolescent substance use has been relatively neglected in clinical. Adolescent substance use disorders have been associated with a range of negative outcomes including school dropout, strained family relationships, and delinquency. Of particular concern, adolescent substance use disorders have been linked with leading causes of death among youth: suicide, accidents, and violent crime.
Alcohol and drug use is a common behavior among adolescents in the United States and other developed countries. A signiﬁcant number of adolescents manifest problems with their substance use and may meet diagnostic criteria for a substance use disorder (SUD). The treatment of adolescent SUDs has begun to reﬂect. Substance use among children and adolescents. New York: John Wiley, © (OCoLC) Online version: Pagliaro, Ann M. Substance use among children and adolescents. New York: John Wiley, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Ann M Pagliaro; Louis A.
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The guide highlights the most commonly used substances and the extent of the problem, such as Alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco are substances most commonly used by adolescents. 1 By 12th grade, about two-thirds of students have tried alcohol.
1 About half of 9th through 12th grade students reported ever having used marijuana. "Substance use among children and adolescents in North America, often viewed as part of the rite of passage from childhood to adulthood (at least for boys), is invariably accompanied by significant concern on the part of parents, teachers, researchers, and by: Preventing Drug Use among Children and Adolescents (In Brief) Acknowledgments.
NIDA wishes to thank the following individuals for their guidance and comments during the development and review of this publication: Karen L. Bierman, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University.
Hyman Hops, Ph.D. Substance Use among Children and Adolescents provides the most complete picture yet of important theoretical, empirical, and clinical trends in substance exposure and use and their impact upon the young. Ann Marie and Louis Pagliaro have assembled a vast body of information in a format that is easy to apply in clinical practice.
Substance use among adolescents ranges from experimentation to severe substance use disorders. All substance use, even experimental use, puts adolescents Substance use among children and adolescents book risk of short-term problems, such as accidents, fights, unwise or unwanted sexual activity, and overdose.
Inthe National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) published the first edition of "Preventing Drug Use among Children and Adolescents: A Research-Based Guide" to share the latest NIDA-funded prevention research findings with parents, educators, and community leaders.
updates TIP 4, published inand presents information on substance use disorder treatment for adolescent clients. Adolescents differ from adults both physiologically and emotionally as they make the transition from child to adult and, thus, require treatment adapted to their needs.
The onset of. High-Risk Substance Use Among Youth. For the purposes of addressing HIV and STD prevention, high-risk substance use is any use by adolescents of substances with a high risk of adverse outcomes (i.e., injury, criminal justice involvement, school dropout, loss of life).
This includes misuse of prescription drugs, use of illicit drugs (i.e. Substance use has correlations with violence, including adolescent homicides1 and relationship victimization.2 Adolescence (typically encompassing youth 10 to Cited by: 1. Preventing Drug Use among Children and Adolescents (In Brief) Prevention Principles.
These principles are intended to help parents, educators, and community leaders think about, plan for, and deliver research-based drug abuse prevention programs at the community level.
The references following each principle are representative of current research. Psychoactive substance use among adolescents. Regular collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of data on psychoactive substance use among young people are important activities to inform public health policy and facilitate the planning, implementation and evaluation of public health interventions to reduce the burden related to psychoactive substance use.
Clear, comprehensive, accessible, and fully referenced, this book will be an invaluable resource for professionals and students who aim to treat children and adolescents.
Child and Adolescent Drug and Substance Abuse is the 19th clinical pharmacology and therapeutic text that the Pagliaros have written over the past 40 years and is the sixth. Covering the latest research and literature on the use of alcohol by adolescents, this concise book provides leads for understanding its aetiology and effective interventions, as well as pointing.
Substance use among adolescents is associated with early sexual activity, an important factor in the prevalence of STDs and HIV infection.
The use of substances combined with sexual activity significantly decreases the likelihood that a condom will be used during sex.
Alcohol use is a common and risky behavior among adolescents in the United States, with more than three in five high school students reporting having had at least one drink. 1 Fortunately, alcohol use has decreased over the past decade. Parents and practitioners who work with youth can play a vital role in influencing their use of alcohol.
The following section explores how common alcohol use. Mental health disorders and substance use are tightly linked. Often, when a mental health disorder goes undiagnosed or untreated, a young person will attempt to self-medicate or self-treat with drugs or alcohol.
Studies show that ADHD, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression increase risk of substance use in adolescents. Alcohol use among adolescents co–occurs with a range of other risky behaviors including tobacco use, sexual activity, violence, drinking and driving, and suicide (Windle ).
Based on data collected from more than 4, adolescents (ages 13 to 18 years) in the NHSDA, Johnson and colleagues () reported strong relationships between. "We finally have a book that recognizes the important differences between adolescent and adult substance abuse.
Filling an important need, this is perhaps the best available work on understanding and intervening in the hazardous use of alcohol and other drugs by adolescents. The book is based on solid science and loaded with clinical insight/5(9).
Alcohol and Marijuana Use Behaviors among Latinx Adolescents: The Interplay of Intra- and Inter-Personal Predictive Factors Differ by Gender Jovani Azpeitia, Jasmine L. Lopez, Sergio A. Ruvalcaba & Guadalupe A. Bacio. Introduction. Alcohol and other drug use poses a serious threat to the health of children and adolescents.
In addition to the health risks inherent with alcohol and other drug use, substance abuse often is linked with other risk behaviors (early sexual activity, violence, academic failure, truancy/ school dropout, delinquency). Inthe National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) published the first edition of Preventing Drug Use among Children and Adolescents: A Research-Based Guide to share the latest NIDA-funded prevention research findings with parents, educators, and community leaders.— NIDA releases Preventing Drug Use Among Children and Adolescents: A Research-Based Guide, which describes the most successful concepts for preventing drug abuse among young people.
The Institute sponsors "Heroin Use and Addiction: A National Conference on Prevention, Treatment, and Research," in Washington, DC.Use and abuse of drugs and alcohol by teens is very common and can have serious consequences. Recurrent adolescent substance use contributes to personal distress, poor school performance, short and long term health problems, relationship difficulties, and involvement in antisocial activities.