Drug Abuse Prevention: A School and Community Partnership

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, Jan 1, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 346 pages
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This text provides basic information on factors that affect drug use and abuse for teachers, guidance counselors, public health educators, and social workers, and shows how to plan and implement successful drug abuse and prevention programs. A chapter on violence is new to this edition, and there ar
  

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Contents

I An Introduction to Druy Education
2
Chapter 3
45
Viewpoints
62
I Planning and Implementing an ATOP Curriculum
120
Herbs and Folk Medicine 62 A Student Assistance Program Success A Latin American Perspective on Drug
123
Chapters Current Prevention Approaches
140
Policy Issues in ATOD Education
200
Safe and DrugFree
214
Educators 148 Drug Treatment Defined
249
Health Consequences of Cocaine and Esteem 158 Anonymous
255
Chapter i? Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation
265
Incompatible Data from Parallel
271
Drug Use and AIDS 82 Persuasion Techniques in Advertising 193 Warning Messages Proposed for Alcohol
293
Effects of Hallucinogenic Drugs 92 and Human Services
299
Appendix A Criteria for the Development or Selection of Druy Prevention
303
Appendix
309

Taught Them All
223
Factors That Protect Against Drug The High Cost of ATOD Abuse 124 Characteristics of Codependency
229
Advertising Techniques and Promotional Responsibilities of EntryLevel Health Family Support America
237
Treatment of Alcohol Tobacco and Drug Addiction
244
School Drug Policies
322
Appendix D
328
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Cheryl Kolander is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Education and Human Development, University of Louisville. She is a professor in the Department of Health and Sport Sciences and previously served as a program director for health education. She received her baccalaureate degree from Luther College, Decorah, Iowa and her master's and doctoral degrees from Indiana University, Bloomington. She is a strong advocate for social justice and equity, and has a particular interest in advancing health equity for women. Her primary research focus is prevention science, with an emphasis on women's health, school health education, and accreditation. She directs the Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Science Research, a center for collaborative studies and advocacy related to prevention science. She is a member of the performance team for UofL collegiate athletics, serves on the advisory board for Get Healthy Now and chairs the curriculum committee for Fit4Me, an after school program for at risk girls.

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