2 edition of Nurse"s handbook on alcohol and alcoholism found in the catalog.
Nurse"s handbook on alcohol and alcoholism
by B. Edsall for the Medical Council on Alcoholism in co-operation with the Queen"s Nursing Institute in London
Written in English
|Statement||by S. Caruana in collaboration with Anne Buttimore.|
|Contributions||Buttimore, Anne., Medical Council on Alcoholism.|
Alcohol is the most abused drug in the world. It affects an estimated % of the U.S. population at some point in their lifetime, and many become patients in acute care. Although acute and chronic alcohol abuse are common conditions in patients admitted to the hospital, admitting diagnoses or traumatic injuries often overshadow the alcohol /5. As noted on the website for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): 'There are many helpful books on alcohol and alcoholism. "Loosening the Grip: A Handbook of Alcohol Information" by Jean Kinney is a good place to start.' show more4/5(64).
The Handbook of Alcoholism Treatment Approaches is a comprehensive, results-based guide to alcohol treatment methods. This handbook surveys the various models that have been used to define alcoholism, ending with a discussion of what the authors call "an informed eclecticism.". Alcohol and Drug Misuse takes into account current policy and practice for substance use and misuse and includes a range of pedagogical features to enhance learning. It is essential reading for nursing, health and social work students taking substance misuse modules, as well as related CPD courses for health and social care professionals.4/5(1).
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Nurse's handbook on alcohol and alcoholism. London: B. Edsall and Co. Ltd for the Medical Council on Alcoholism in co-operation with the Queen's Nursing Institute, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S Caruana; Anne Buttimore; Medical Council on Alcoholism.
Accessible and comprehensive,Loosening the Gripremains an authoritative source for information about alcohol use and the problems associated with it, while also addressing the relationship between alcohol use and other drug text presents the physical and psychological effects of alcohol alongside the impact of alcohol use on family and Edition: 10th Handbook of Alcoholism - CRC Press Book While the war on drugs continues to attract world attention, it is often overlooked that alcoholism remains a major worldwide health concern.
No matter what your expertise, the CRC Handbook of Alcoholism can help you acquire the necessary skills to treat problem drinkers and alcohol-dependent patien.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "This handbook is designed to give you a broad understanding of alcohol and its misuse, to assist in identifying signs and symptoms of alcoholism and provide guidelines for nursing inventions "--Preface.
The book also includes information on alcohol abuse, and alcohol dependence. Along with providing a historical foundation for the discussion of substance use, the book explains the facts about this complex issue in clear, engaging language/5(33). Accessible and comprehensive, Loosening the Grip remains an authoritative source for information about alcohol use and the problems associated with it, while also addressing the relationship between alcohol use and other drug use.
This text presents the physical and psychological effects of alcohol alongside the impact of alcohol use on family and by: This handbook provides information and guidance to the medical examiner who performs the commercial driver medical examination.
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nurses to. assume more formal roles in providing. primary care. Having a basic nursing edu cation prepares nurses to identify alcohol related problems in patients and to refer them to treatment specialists. For nurse practitioners, the role extends beyond.
primary care to include secondary care of patients with alcohol abuse and dependenceFile Size: 90KB. Loosening the Grip is comprehensive in its coverage of a broad range of aspects of alcohol use as well as alcoholism. It reviews historical perspectives, etiology of disease, medical aspects and special populations, and in its 6th edition, has remained abreast of scientific and cultural changes in the field of alcoholism Edition: 10th.
Substance abuse is an epidemic that has swept healthcare professions. The American Nurses Association estimates one in 10 nurses today abuse drugs or alcohol. Nurses with a substance use disorders have impaired judgement and slower reaction.
The American Nurses Association () estimates that 10% to 20% of nurses have substance abuse problems, and that 6% to 8% of registered nurses are impaired due to their abuse of alcohol and.
Handbook of Clinical Alcoholism Treatment By leaving AA to the Big Book (7), th is handbook does. The use of alcohol enhances violence against women and is therefore often justified which. Re/entry: A Guide for Nurses Dealing with Substance Use Disorder, by Karolyn Crowley and Carrie Morgan. Sigma Theta Tau International (Septem ), pp.
Available on Amazon Kindle, ISBNAuthor: Jim Doolan. A thorough handbook on alcohol--its use, misuse, abuse, dependence and treatment. The author does spend some time on other drugs, as well, but the main focus is on alcohol.
A great book for anybody who wants to become a substance abuse counselor, or who want a better understanding of the subject.4/5. "The accomplished author team of Reid Hester and William Miller provides a comprehensive, results-based guide to alcohol treatment methods.
Along with the contributions of notable practitioners if the field, this text serves as an aid to graduate students and professionals. The authors stress the necessity of choosing different treatment protocols based on scientific research and a client's s: 1.
Nurses must examine their attitudes toward alcoholism to be able to render nonjudgmental and humane care to the alcoholic client.
This process of examin- ing oneâ€™s attitudes toward alcoholism and the alcoholic includes the following phases: recognizing the source of the at- titudes, exploring how these attitudes affect patient care Cited by: The role of nurses in alcohol and drug treatment services Ref: PHE publications gateway number PDF, KB, 32 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.
As noted on the website for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): “There are many helpful books on alcohol and ing the Grip: A Handbook of Alcohol Information by Jean Kinney is a good place to start.” "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title/5(54).
A study of 34 nurses in Virginia explored factors underlying alcoholism in nurses. The study revealed that most of these nurses were influenced by family alcoholism and societal pressures associated with the female role. The need for acceptance and the inability to cope with stress were also important factors underlying nurses' use of by:.
The Role of Nurses in Primary Care Managing AlcoholAbusing Patients E LEANOR J. S ULLIVAN, P H settings in which nurses work and the types of alcoholrelated problems and interven activities); and (4) the disease of alcoholism. For recovering clients, education File Size: KB.Alcohol dependence among women is an area of growing concern.
Although alcohol dependence is more prevalent in men than women, the gender gap for alcohol dependence is converging, particularly for persons between 30 and 64 years of age (Grant et al., ).In addition, the physical consequences of alcohol use to various organ systems, for example, liver and brain, are more severe in women Cited by: 2.Accessible and comprehensive, Loosening the Grip remains an authoritative source for information about alcohol use and the problems associated with it, while also addressing the relationship between alcohol use and other drug use.
This text presents the physical and psychological effects of alcohol alongside the impact of alcohol use on family and society/5(24).