6 edition of Heroin dependency: medical, economic and social aspects found in the catalog.
Heroin dependency: medical, economic and social aspects
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[edited by] Barry Stimmel.|
|LC Classifications||RC568.H4 S75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 304 p.|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||74000770|
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The book is divided into three sections. The first begins with an enlightening historical narrative and is followed by a discussion entitled "socioeconomics of heroin use." It is appropriate that this topic occurs early in the presentation because an understanding of the business aspect of heroin is imperative to an intelligent by: 1.
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$ 1. Author(s): Stimmel,Barry, Title(s): Heroin dependency; medical, economic and social aspects. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York. Methadone Maintenance Treatment for Harm Reduction Approach to Heroin Addiction. Authors; Methadone maintenance and the use of narcotic antagonists.
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Forces of Habit Drugs and the Making of the Modern World David T. Courtwright Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, $ ISBN T his book offers a fascinating, entertaining, and perceptive account of how politics, profit, and pleasure have shaped contemporary attitudes about psychoactive substances.
Consider, for example, the Author: Jack H. Mendelson. Economic consequences of drug abuse 1. Drug abuse inicts immeasurable harm on public health and safety around the world each year, and threat-ens the peaceful development and smooth functioning of many societies.
An understanding of the economic costs of drug abuse is necessary to develop policies that reduce such Size: 99KB. Heroin targets opioid receptors, which are particularly important for the perception of pain and in the brain’s reward systems.
When injected intravenously, heroin swiftly crosses the blood–brain barrier, powerfully stimulating the mu-subtype of opioid receptors to produce intense euphoria. The heroin high is alluring, but elusive. However, there are many questions to be answered in order to come up with a comprehensive program to address this problem.
This study will attempt to determine the economic, political, and social context of the use of illegal drugs in the Philippines. The prevalence of illegal drugs in the Philippines has not been accurately determined. Almost everything you know about heroin addiction is wrong.
Not only is it wrong, but it is obviously wrong. Heroin is not highly addictive; withdrawal from it is not medically serious; addicts do not become criminals to feed their habit; addicts do not need any medical assistance to stop taking heroin; and contrary to received wisdom, heroin addiction most certainly IS a moral /5(6).
Efficacy of Heroin-Assisted Treatment "Over the past 15 years, six RCTs [Randomized Controlled Trials] have been conducted involving more than 1, patients, and they provide strong evidence, both individually and collectively, in support of the efficacy of treatment with fully supervised self-administered injectable heroin, when compared with oral MMT, for long-term.
This report focuses on social determinants of drug use, and structural interventions to address those social determinants. It draws upon recent research on the social epidemiology of health. The report incorporates a developmental perspective, noting that the influence of the environment is important and cumulative across the lifeCited by: increased energy.
In contrast, the euphoria caused by opiates such as heroin is followed by feelings of relaxation and satisfaction. z To feel better. Some people who suffer from social anxiety, stress-related disorders, and depression begin abusing drugs in an attempt to lessen feelings of distress.
Stress can play a. The socio-cultural perspective asks us to look beyond the individual to the wider society. Typically, we think of addiction as an individual problem, picturing a lost soul tormented by his uncontrollable cravings and trapped on a self–destructive "slippery slope" of File Size: 43KB.Medical prescription of heroin to chronic, treatment-resistant heroin addicts was one of the innovations, based on extensive scientific and political preparation.
Author: Ambros Uchtenhagen.Social and cultural forces can cause entire groups of people to be more vulnerable to addiction. If you are a member of a vulnerable group, then you are more vulnerable to addiction.
For our purposes, the term culture describes a group's learned and shared pattern of values and beliefs.