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The fact that addictive disorders have a significant negative impact on the health of the global population is well documented in contemporary health literature. What is less well documented is the uncomfortable realization that the tools in our armament to help individuals who struggle...
Binge drinking, an extreme drinking pattern and the most common form of hazardous alcohol consumption among university students, has remained a public health concern with physical, psychological, academic, and social problems. Tracking multiple factors is needed to find ways to deal...
Relapse is the unauthorized use of any mind-altering substance, prescribed or not, after an individual has entered treatment for substance use (Darbro, 2011). Among nurses with impaired practice, the 5-year relapse rate is estimated at about 40% (Zhong, Kenward, Sheets, Doherty, & Gross, 2009),...
Emergency departments (EDs) treat over 20,000 patients daily with alcohol use disorders (AUDs). However, nurses receive limited education about AUDs. Studies have shown that ED nurses have negative attitudes about patients with AUDs. Negativity can contribute to the symptoms of...
Drug abuse adversely affects the health of populations in many counties and contributes immensely to social issues. Schedule III and IV controlled drug abuse is popular in young adults. Medical education is one of the most stressful academic fields for students. The aim of this study was to...
Digital game addiction among adolescents is a growing problem. The purpose of this study is to describe the predictors for this addiction in a group of Turkish adolescents using a conceptual framework.
A descriptive correlational study was conducted on 865...
The purpose of the study was to determine if there was a significant difference between veterans who received treatment voluntarily versus involuntarily in regard to length of sobriety.
A sample of 120 veterans being treated for alcohol use disorder in a...
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