1 edition of Prevalence of drug use in the DC Metropolitan Area institutionalized population, 1991. found in the catalog.
Prevalence of drug use in the DC Metropolitan Area institutionalized population, 1991.
1994 by National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health in Rockville, Md. (5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville 20857) .
Written in English
|Other titles||Washington, DC Metropolitan Area Drug Study.|
|Series||Technical report ;, #4, Technical report (National Institute on Drug Abuse) ;, #4.|
|Contributions||National Institute on Drug Abuse. Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research., Westat, inc., Research Triangle Institute.|
|LC Classifications||HV5831.W2 P74 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||94223094|
NIDA Press Office [email protected] About the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA): The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is a component of the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human supports most of the world’s research on the health aspects of drug use and addiction. View Notes - 2+DRUGS+IN+CONTEMPORARY+SOCIETY from PHS at Virginia Tech. Prevalence of Drug Use Nearly every American has used a mind-altering substance: Alcohol Cigarettes Coffee and soft. Wong DC, Purcell RH, Rosen L. Prevalence of antibody to hepatitis A and hepatitis B viruses in selected populations of the South Pacific. Am J Epidemiol ; Williams R. Prevalence of hepatitis A virus antibody among Navajo school children. Am J Public Health ; Werzberger A, Mensch B, Kuter B, et al. In contrast, no significant differences were observed in the month prevalence rates of any drug use ( percent versus percent), drug use disorder ( percent versus percent), tobacco use ( percent versus percent), and nicotine dependence (14 percent versus percent), between pregnant women and the non-pregnant women.
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Prevalence of drug use in the DC Metropolitan Area institutionalized population, Rockville, Md. ( Fishers Lane, Rockville ): National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health,  (OCoLC) Illicit drug and tobacco use among the DC MSA household population --Highlights of methods and key findings from the DC MADS institutionalized study --Highlights of methods and key findings from the DC MADS homeless and transient population study --Illicit drug, alcohol, and cigarette use among the DC MSA aggregate.
National Institute on Drug Abuse. "Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area Drug Study: Prevalence of Drug Use in the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area Homeless and Transient Population, " (Technical Report No.
Rockville, MD: United States Government Printing Office, United States Department of Health and Human Services. Sample View help for Sample. The household and nonhousehold data were drawn from three sources: (1) the DC MSA oversample of NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY OF DRUG ABUSE, (ICPSR ) (NHSDA), (2) the DC*MADS Institutionalized Population Study, and (3) WASHINGTON, DC, METROPOLITAN AREA DRUG STUDY.
The DC Metropolitan Area Drug Study (DC*MADS) was conducted inand included special analyses of homeless and transient populations and of women delivering live births in the DC hospitals.
DC*MADS was undertaken to assess the full extent of the drug problem in one metropolitan area. The study was comprised of 16 separate studies that focused on different.
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Correlates of drug abuse among homeless and transient people in the Washington, DC, Metropolitan area in Prevalence of drug use in the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area homeless and transient population, by National Institute on Drug Abuse. Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research; Research Triangle InstitutePages: Introduction.
Injection drug use continues to account for a substantial proportion of new Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) diagnoses in the United States, and is the third most frequently reported risk factor for HIV infection, after male-to-male sexual contact and high-risk heterosexual contact.Overall, people who inject drugs (PWID) represented 9% of new HIV infections in Cited by: The Homeless and Transient Population study examines the prevalence of illicit drug, alcohol, and tobacco use among members of the homeless and transient population aged 12 and older in the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Statistical Area (DC MSA).
Title(s): Prevalence of drug use in the DC Metropolitan Area institutionalized population, Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Rockville, Md.
( Fishers Lane, Rockville ): National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service.
The DC Metropolitan Area Drug Study (DCMADS) was conducted inand included special analyses of homeless and transient populations and of women delivering live births in the DCHarvest Source.
prevalence in relation to social, economic and political predictors in metropolitan areas [32,33]. Drug use–particularly illicit and injection drug use –carries a heavy stigma. PWID are near the bottom in terms of social tolerance in the hierarchy of client groups [34,35], and most are reluctant to divulge any illegal drug use or needle use.
Use of DC*MADS Data on Household and Nonhousehold Populations The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) sponsored the Study of Household and Nonhousehold Populations as part ofthe Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area Drug Study (DC*MADS), in Information on this study has been published inatechnical report, aFile Size: 2MB.
Of particular relevance to the topic of this report, DC*MADS estimated that adding homeless and institutionalized populations to the NHSDA population of past-year injection drug use in the D.C. MSA would have increased the estimate of currently active injection drug users from to percent, an increase of one-third.
The Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area Drug Study (DC * MADS), funded by NIDA, examined the nature and extent of drug use among all types of persons residing in a single metropolitan area, with a special focus on groups that are underrepresented or unrepresented in NHSDA (NIDA, b).
These special samples included homeless people. The prevalence of illicit drug use disorders among females declined % among those living in large metropolitan areas, % among those living in small metropolitan areas, and % among nonmetropolitan residents.
The prevalence of illicit drug use disorders declined significantly in metropolitan areas for males and by: According to data from the – National Longitudinal Epidemiologic Survey (NLAES) (using an older version of OMB’s metropolitan statis-tical area/non-metropolitan statistical area classification), the residents in urban areas compared with rural areas (odds ratio = ) were more likely to report lifetime alcohol use.
AmongFile Size: KB. the prevalence of opioid use. We analyzed these data with a goal of informing potential changes in drug ser-vices that could accommodate those left out of the current treatment system.
Methods This descriptive analysis of the prevalence of opioid use in New York City utilizes multiple data sources, including administrative datasets recording. Prevalence of drug use in the DC Metropolitan Area institutionalized population, (Rockville, Md. ( Fishers Lane, Rockville ): National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research, U.S.
Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, ), by Research. The present study established the national prevalence of substance use disorders (SUDs) among Danish psychiatric patients.
Furthermore, patients with SUDs and those without SUDs were compared on a range of socio-demographic, clinical, and treatment characteristics. Data were obtained from several Danish population-based registers. The study population was Cited by: Prevalence of Substance Use Among Racial/Ethnic Subgroups in the United States, PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: Analysis of data from the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse (NHSDA) shows that there are disparities in levels of illicit drug, alcohol and tobacco use among the 11 racial/ethnic subgroups that make up the total U.S.
population. Citation: Tempalski B, Pouget ER, Cleland CM, Brady JE, Cooper HLF, et al. () Trends in the Population Prevalence of People Who Inject Drugs in US. ABSTRACT Little information exists on the population prevalence or geographic distribution of injection drug users (IDUs) who are Hispanic in the USA.
Here, we present yearly estimates of IDU population prevalence among Hispanic residents of the 96 most populated US metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) for – First. Drug use among racial/ethnic minorities / (Washington, DC: CSR, Inc., ), by Andrea N.
Kopstein and National Institute on Drug Abuse (page images at HathiTrust) Prevalence of drug use in the DC Metropolitan Area institutionalized population, Source: SAMHSA, Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, National Surveys on Drug Use and Health (NSDUHs), and to (revised March ).
Table Behavioral Health Measures for Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)1, Georgia, and the United. Descriptions of drug-related deaths in the participation metropolitan areas and States are available in Drug Abuse Warning Network, Area Profiles of Drug-Related Mortality.
In areas that participated in DAWN in both andthere were increases in drug-related deaths in 19 metropolitan areas and in 5 States. Lifetime prevalence of drug use within grades 8, 10 and 12 in the U.S.
Lifetime prevalence of hashish use within grades 8, 10 and 12 in the U.S. U.S. students who have used. The prevalence of any type of past year drug use disorder was statistically significantly (P Author: Tyrone F.
Borders, Hefei Wen. Predictors of Alcohol Use Among Adolescents. Despite the changes in alcohol use that have occurred over the past three decades, the relevant risk and protective factors tend to remain very stable across historic time, age, gender, and race/ethnicity (e.g., Brown et al.
; Donovan et al. ; Patrick and Schulenberg ). This article provides a descriptive overview of the characteristics of a large metropolitan drug treatment system in relation to special populations of substance abusers enrolled in the system and the services provided.
The findings are based on self-report responses to a comprehensive survey of drug treatment programs in Los Angeles by: PCP: PCP is readily available in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, although availability is far below the level of cocaine, crack or heroin.
PCP has a long history of higher-than-average levels of abuse in Washington, DC, and metropolitan police reports indicate an increase in abuse during Washington, DC, has the highest prevalence of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) in the United States: % among the general population and even higher (%) among African Americans .These stark statistics have led to a concerted effort to mobilize treatment and prevention efforts within the District of by: The prevalence of use within each 2-year NHANES cycle was estimated for any prescription drug use and use by drug class.
Polypharmacy was defined as use of at least 5 drugs, which indicates a threshold commonly used in the literature. 18 Additional results are presented for the most commonly used individual drugs in Cited by: This was a survey of 1, non-institutionalized mentally retarded persons living in a medium-sized metropolitan area.
The sample was drawn from special schools and two service agencies in Auckland that serve preschool and adult retarded by: General Population Drug Use Statistics September Report: million Americans age 12 or older used illegal drugs in the past month, up from million in million Americans used drugs in the past month.
percent live below the Federal poverty level. Slightly more females (53 percent) than males live in Washington, DC. Approximately one-half ( percent) of. Fact Sheet 3—Research Studies on the Prevalence of Substance Use Disorders in the Child Welfare Population Despite the recent attention to the prevalence of parental substance use disorders among the families in child welfare services, there are few national data on the number of children in foster care due to parental substance use Size: 76KB.
Figure 1. Average population prevalence of injection drug users by racial/ethnic group and year, N = 96 metropolitan statistical areas.
Data for non-Hispanic White and non-Hispanic Black IDUs were previously published9 and exclude the San Juan, Puerto Rico MSA. Drug Use Among Low Socioeconomic Status Heterosexuals in the Portland Metropolitan Area Results from Chime In (National HIV Behavioral Surveillance) Figure 1.
Non-injection non-marijuana drug use population estimates for low SES heterosexuals in the Portland metropolitan area, 0 10 20 30 40 50 Estimate Heroin Ecstasy a in killers.
Objective: To estimate the prevalence of self-reported substance use and psychiatric disorders in a highly select chronic nonmalignant pain population within a nonprimary care tertiary referral-only pain clinic. Methods: A retrospective, cross-sectional study was accomplished via existing medical record review for consecutive pain patients presenting to an independent neurodiagnostic.Our objectives were to provide up-to-date and nationally representative estimates of illicit drug use disorders by investigating: 1) Non-metropolitan and metropolitan differences in past year prevalence rates of any illicit drug, opioid, heroin, and prescription pain reliever use disorders among adults agesand 2) Temporal changes in past year prevalence rates of illicit .Outcome Measures: Prevalence and associations of substance use disorders and independent mood and anxiety disorders.
Results: The prevalences of month DSM–IV independent mood and anxiety disorders in the U.S. population were percent (95 percent confidence interval [CI], percent– percent)File Size: 2MB.