drug abuse

Patterns of Drug Abuse in Upper Egypt: Cause or Result of Violence?

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Yassa, H.A. & Badea, S.T. Egypt J Forensic Sci (2019) 9: 14. https://doi.org/10.1186/s41935-019-0117-7
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Drug abuse and violence both are dangerous phenomena in all countries. The relation between drug abuse and violence is obscure, and what comes first is the question. This study clarifies the changes in drug abuse patterns in Upper Egypt and the association between drug abuse and different types of violence.

College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD)

San Antonio, United States,

The goal of the annual scientific meeting of the CPDD is to present and disseminate information about ongoing research in the biomedical, behavioural and social sciences. 

It brings together basic scientists and clinical investigators from academia, government and industry.

2019 NIDA International Forum

San Antonio,

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) will be holding its annual International Forum, June 14–17, 2019, in San Antonio, Texas. 

The event will include a research symposium, poster sessions, and network-building activities that will focus on the range and quality of drug abuse research conducted around the world. 

Migración femenina a Estados Unidos y consumo de drogas

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Hernández, J. L. A., & Huesca, R. S. (2008). Migración femenina a Estados Unidos y consumo de drogas.
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Con el objetivo de conocer la experiencia migratoria a Estados Unidos de mujeres mexicanas, de identificar si cuentan con redes sociales cercanas de usuarias de drogas, así como valorar la presencia de consumo de dichas sustancias y si esto tiene alguna relación con la experiencia migratoria, se diseño una investigación de tipo exploratorio.

Low Academic Achievement Can Lead to Substance Use Disorders Later in Life

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Kenneth S. Kendler et al. Academic Achievement and Drug Abuse Risk Assessed Using Instrumental Variable Analysis and Co-relative Designs, JAMA Psychiatry (2018). DOI: 10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2018.2337
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A recent study has found that poor academic achievement can lead to substance use disorders later on in life. Data collected from Swedish participants over a period of 15 to 20 years indicate a strong correlation between the low academic achievement and future drug abuse.

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Drug Abuse among Sports Men and Women in Lagos State, Nigeria

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International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences ISSN: 2167-0447 Vol. 2 (3), pp.077-085, March, 2012. © International Scholars Journals
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Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Drug Abuse among Sports Men and Women in Lagos State, Nigeria

Molobe, Ikenna Daniel

Deputy Director of Programs, Unified Initiative for a Drug Free Nigeria (UIFDFN)

Member, World Federation Against Drugs (WFAD)

Received February 07, 2012; Accepted March 27, 2012

Solution to Detect, Classify, and Report Illicit Online Marketing and Sales of Controlled Substances via Twitter

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Mackey T, Kalyanam J, Klugman J, Kuzmenko E, Gupta R Solution to Detect, Classify, and Report Illicit Online Marketing and Sales of Controlled Substances via Twitter: Using Machine Learning and Web Forensics to Combat Digital Opioid Access J Med Internet Res 2018;20(4):e10029 URL: http://www.jmir.org/2018/4/e10029 DOI: 10.2196/10029 PMID: 29613851
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Background: On December 6 and 7, 2017, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) hosted its first Code-a-Thon event aimed at leveraging technology and data-driven solutions to help combat the opioid epidemic.

Barriers and Facilitators Affecting the Implementation of Substance Use Screening in Primary Care Clinics: A Qualitative Study of Patients, Providers, and Staff

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McNeely et al. (2018). Barriers and facilitators affecting the implementation of substance use screening in primary care clinics: a qualitative study of patients, providers, and staff. Addict Sci Clin Pract 13:8 https://doi.org/10.1186/s13722-018-0110-8
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Background

Alcohol and drug use are leading causes of morbidity and mortality that frequently go unidentified in medical settings.