|Author:||Diane Riley,Richard Pates|
|Title:||Interventions for Amphetamine Misuse (Addiction Press)|
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|ePUB size:||1949 kb|
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|DJVU size:||1259 kb|
|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (August 31, 2009)|
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1. Introduction (Richard Pates and Diane Riley). 2. The physical effects of amphetamine use (Zoe Hildrey, Sophie E. Thomas and Alyson Smith). 3. The psychological and psychiatric effects of amphetamines. This book discusses the problems associated with psychoactive substances and their impact on groups such as black and minority ethnic people, young people, women, older people and the homeless. It is suitable for nursing and health students taking substance misuse modules.
Amphetamine treatment in the UK : the role of substitute prescribing, Richard Pates Amphetamine use in the USA : current models of intervention, Richard A. Rawson Amphetamine use in Canada, Diane Riley The growing problem of amphetamine use in Australia : how is it being treated, James Shearer The "P" problem in New Zealand, Janie Sheridan and Chris Wilkins Japan's long association with amphetamines : what. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.
ISBN: 9781405175586; Interventions for Amphetamine Misuse is a practical, useable guide for health professionals working in the field. It details the physical and psychological problems associated with the drug?s abuse, provides a detailed and evidence–based assessment of the interventions currently in use worldwide, and offers a broad historical and cultural overview.
Interventions for Amphetamine Misuse. Interventions for Amphetamine Misuse is a practical guide for health professionals working in the field. It details the physical and psychological problems associated with the drug's abuse, provides a detailed and evidence-based assessment of the interventions currently in use worldwide, and offers an historical and cultural overview.
Amphetamine addiction causes people to continue to use amphetamines despite dangerous consequences. Pates, R. & Riley, D. (2009) Interventions for Amphetamine Misuse. John Wiley & Sons, 9–15.
Richard Pates ספר 3 15 באפריל 2008. Substance use and addiction is an increasing problem amongst older people. The identification of this problem is often more difficult in older patients and is frequently missed, particularly in the primary care context and in emergency departments, but also in a range of medical and psychiatric specialties. Substance Use and Older People shows how to recognise and treat substance problems in older patients
Richard Pates, Diane Riley. Reduction in Substance Use and High. html?hl ru&id 3Nh6aV8RXn8C. Regulation and Licensing. Harm Reduction Interventions in Health Care and Other Settings. Educational Interventions in the School Setting. Strengthening Families Approaches. Diane Riley is a policy analyst with the Canadian Foundationfor Drug Policy and Assistant Professor of Medicine at theUniversity of Toronto. She is a founding member of theInternational Harm Reduction Association and a member of the Boardof Directors of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network. Richard Pates is a consultant clinical psychologist andclinical director of the Addiction services for Cardiff and valeNHS Trust.
Amphetamine Addiction. Dangers of Abusing Amphetamines. Effects of Amphetamines on Health. Other Drugs Used with Amphetamines. Verify Your Insurance. We’ll verify your benefits and let you know if you’re eligible for care at an American Addiction Centers facility. Amphetamine abuse has become a major challenge facing the people of our nation. As mentioned above, amphetamine is a highly addictive substance. Because of the way it acts on the body, this drug can cause changes in the way the brain behaves.