DrugEd5 Fall 2012 Essay

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Test 5 Drug Ed 2013 Fall
The textbook pointed out that drug prevention and drug ________ might have different goals and use different approaches.

education

mitigation

interdiction

demand reduction
Primary prevention programs are aimed at

elderly patients that may need medication assistance.

adolescents who require substance abuse treatment.

young people who have not tried drugs.

addicts that require prevention or follow up.
In the public health model, programs designed to reach people who have started using some substances and to prevent them from abusing these substances or moving to more dangerous substances, would be classified as

motivational.

educational.

secondary prevention.

triage.
Tertiary prevention
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True

False
The Social Influence Model was first developed in a prison setting with former heroin users.

True

False
One of the top programs on SAMHSA's list of effective prevention programs is DARE.

True

False
Teaching parenting skills and doing family interaction exercises are components of effective parent and family prevention programs.

True

False
Drug use and abuse is a relatively recent development in our society.

True

False
The Montana Meth Project, an ad campaign that exaggerates the effects of methamphetamine, has been shown to clearly reduce methamphetamine use.

True

False
Before we can evaluate the success of a drug treatment program, we have to understand the program's

administrative structure.

training requirements.

goals.

theoretical approach.
Studies of court-ordered referrals to Alcoholics Anonymous versus other types of interventions have

found that none of these approaches is effective.

found that AA is more effective than other approaches.

found that other approaches are more effective than AA.

not found differences in effectiveness between AA and other approaches.
Motivational enhancement therapy has as its goal

helping the user move to another "stage of change."

helping the user "hit bottom."

confronting the user with all of the bad consequences of his or her behavior.

finding alternative activities to draw the user away from the substance.
Giving the user rewards for

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