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Substance use among women [electronic resource] : a reference and resource guide /
Ann Marie Pagliaro and Louis A. Pagliaro.
imprint
Philadelphia, PA : Brunner/Mazel, c2000.
description
xix, 349 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
1583910352 (case : alk. paper), 9781583910351 (case : alk. paper)
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imprint
Philadelphia, PA : Brunner/Mazel, c2000.
isbn
1583910352 (case : alk. paper)
9781583910351 (case : alk. paper)
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
catalogue key
11565873
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-333) and index.
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About the Author
Author Affiliation
Ann Marie Pagliaro, BSN, MSN, FPPR, and PhD candidate, is a professor in the Faculty of Nursing and director of the Substance Abusology Research Unit at the University of Alberta. Louis A. Pagliaro, MS PharmD, PhD, FPPR, is a professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and past president of the College of Alberta Psychologists in Edmonton.
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For students and professionals in health and social care, this reference offers thorough discussion of the theoretical, empirical, and clinical aspects of substance abuse among women. Pagliaro (nursing, substance abuse research, U. of Alberta) and Louis Pagliaro (education psychology, College of Alberta) offer their own empirically-based assessment model and outline strategies for diagnosis and treatment. An extensive directory of agencies and resources is included, along with a long list of references.
Main Description
There is increasing concern among all health and social care professionals about substance use among women. Of particular concern is the consequence of substance use on the physical, mental, and social well-being of women and also the repercussive effect on their children, families, and communities. Substance Abuse Among Women speaks directly to the helping professionals and students trying to understand the various aspects of substance use among women and the crisis that it has become. This comprehensive text is a compilation of theoretical, empirical, and clinical knowledge concerning key topics associated with substance use among women. The early chapters provide an overview of the issues with attention to the nature and extent of substance use among women. The text features a new empirically-based assessment model, developed by the authors, as well as a variety of modern theories and treatment interventions. Critical developmental issues including the toxic effects effects of substance useduring and after pregnancy and the effects of substance use on healthy aging are included. Many important issues are also explored, including: major depression and other mental disorders; dual diagnosis; sexual abuse; and high-risk lifestyles. This useful and informative resource concludes with chapters devoted to strategies used in clinical practice. These chapters, rich in detail, will enable readers to select and apply these strategies to their own clinical practice.
Table of Contents
List of Figuresp. xi
List of Tablesp. xiii
Acknowledgmentsp. xv
Prefacep. xvii
Introduction
An Overview of Substance Use Among Womenp. 3
The Mega Interactive Model of Substance Use Among Womenp. 6
The Substance Dimensionp. 10
Treatmentp. 24
Conclusionp. 26
Explaining Substance Use Among Womenp. 28
Why Women Use Alcohol and Other Substances of Abusep. 28
Conclusionp. 58
Developmental Considerations
Substance Use During Pregnancy and Lactation: Effects on the Developing Fetus, Neonate, and Infantp. 65
Substance Use During Pregnancyp. 65
Maternal Substance Usep. 66
Maternal Substance Use and Teratogenesisp. 68
Substance Use and Breast Feedingp. 80
Conclusionp. 81
Effects of Maternal Substance Use on Mothering and Child Rearingp. 87
Mother-Infant Dyadsp. 87
Issues of Separation, Loss, and Abandonmentp. 88
Physical Abuse and Neglectp. 89
Concerns for the School-Aged Childp. 93
Consequences for the Next Generation of Mothersp. 94
Conclusionp. 94
Substance Use Among Elderly Women: Effects on Healthy Agingp. 97
Identifying Problematic Patterns of Substance Use Among Elderly Womenp. 97
Problematic Patterns of Substance Use Among Elderly Womenp. 102
Treating Problematic Patterns of Substance Use Among Elderly Womenp. 109
The Mega Interactive Model of Substance Use Among Elderly Womenp. 110
Conclusionp. 119
Social Considerations
Women as Victims of Substance Use Related Violencep. 123
Accidents and Acts of Violencep. 123
Suicidep. 128
Conclusionp. 130
Women as Perpetrators of Substance Use Related Violencep. 133
Substance Use and Crimep. 133
Substance Use and Commerce- and Pharmacopsychologic-Related Crimep. 138
Examples of Substance Use Related Violence Perpetrated by Womenp. 142
Conclusionp. 145
Women, Substance Use, HIV Infection, and AIDSp. 149
HIV/AIDS Incidence Among Womenp. 151
Intravenous Drug Use and AIDSp. 151
Sex for Drugsp. 155
Conclusionp. 157
Clinical Considerations
Assessing and Diagnosing Substance Use Disorders Among Womenp. 165
Psychometric Instrumentsp. 167
Conclusionp. 180
Dual Diagnoses Among Womenp. 182
Substance Use and Mood Disordersp. 185
Substance Use and Anxiety Disordersp. 186
Substance Use and Psychotic Disordersp. 187
Substance Use and Personality Disordersp. 187
Substance Use and Sexual or Gender Identity Disordersp. 187
Treatmentp. 188
Conclusionp. 189
Preventing and Treating Substance Use Disorders Among Womenp. 191
Primary Preventionp. 192
Secondary Preventionp. 194
Tertiary Preventionp. 194
Relapsep. 210
Conclusionp. 210
Resources and References
Abbreviations and Symbols Used in the Textp. 219
Substances of Abuse: Generic, Trade, and Common Namesp. 222
Directory of Major North American Substance Use Treatment Centers, Referral Agencies, and Related Information Sources for Womenp. 238
Referencesp. 287
Indexp. 335
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