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Emerging views on Substance Misuse addresses theoretical, perform and coverage matters in regards to the complicated use of alcohol and unlawful drugs.
- Comprises chapters from probably the most the world over famous teachers and practitioners representing various diversified specializations and views within the field
- Presents quite a lot of rising evidence-based perspectives
- Includes content material proper for researchers, practitioners, and coverage makers who paintings with contributors or coverage with regards to drug and alcohol misuse
- Areas coated comprise - gender and substance use, operating with young children and households of substance misusers and the rising restoration movement
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The European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD) monitors trends within and between European countries on substance use among 15–16 year-old students. The ﬁrst study in 1995 covered 26 countries, whereas in 2011 reports came from 36 countries and included over 100,000 students. The 2011 data revealed that, on average, 87% of students had had alcohol at least once in their life; nearly 60% by the age of 13 years, and 12% had been drunk at that age. Of course, these averages were derived from some highly divergent ﬁgures from individual countries.
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