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Article Review on Psychotropic Medications
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This is a 6 page review of the current literature available on psychotropic medications. Five articles are discussed. The review of the literature available about the concerns, usage and effects of psychotropic medication is fairly extensive. Researchers have examined use in children, adolescents and adults as well as in pregnant women. Many of the articles provide good details on the different medications available as well as their contraindications and side effects. Although the physiological mechanisms are not completely analyzed yet in the field of medicine psychotropic drugs are used widely across the country. In fact, many critics have concluded that children have been overly prescribed medications as in the case of Ritalin, the most common psychotropic medication prescribed for children which has increased in usage by over 700 percent in the last ten years. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Article Review/Sex, Drug Behavior
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A 3 page article review that summarizes a study performed by Bell, Ompad and Sherman (2006), which investigated the drug and sexual risk behavior of women who have sex with women. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Basis for an Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Rehabilitation Program: 8-Week, Ten-Bed Facility for Homeless, Pregnant Teens with Substance Abuse Problems
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the effectiveness of an 8-week rehabilitation program. An 8-week program within a ten-bed facility is evaluated regarding its substance abuse rehabilitation and effectiveness for pregnant, homeless teen clients and is compared with other programs and research. The program addresses health, psychological and social issues in addition to substance abuse and prevention of relapse. As in almost all drug treatment facilities, “three out of four teens in drug treatment drop out of their programs before finishing”. Most drug treatment programs are based on a minimum 90-day program, considered the minimum required for the best prevention against relapse, in which case an 8 week program of ~ 60 days may have a slightly higher completion rate, in that the program is not as long, but also a higher relapse rate within the teens after they leave the program. If only 3-4 teens out of 10 complete 90-day programs, a 60-day program may have a completion rate slightly higher in that perhaps 4-5 teens may complete the program. Overall, an 8-week substance abuse rehabilitation program for teens by all accounts seems to be too short to have any long term effect providing that the teens even complete the program. In addition, the teens in this program were pregnant and homeless. In most cases then, the program would not even cover the time of the pregnancy which would release these teens back out on the street in the same basic state in which they entered the program. The program should be at least as long as the pregnancy and an additional six months within the program would prove even more beneficial. In this time, the teen could acquire more contact with community social and medical care facilities and programs in additional to learning valuable medical care, family planning and care of the child if she desires to keep the infant. In addition, because a child is involved, the social and community services need to be involved from the onset in regards to the social planning while the facility can focus on the substance abuse factors and programming for the teen. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Benefits Of Drug Testing All School Personnel
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8 pages in length. The past several years have shown a sharp increase in the use of drug testing programs within school districts countrywide. Particularly pertinent to the mandatory testing is that it has established a way of detecting and dealing with the staggering number of employees who have a drug problem. The writer discusses the benefits of identifying those in the academic field who use and abuse drugs while on the job by supporting drug testing for all academic personnel. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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