3 edition of Treatment for drug-exposed women and their children found in the catalog.
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Clinical and Services Research, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., distributor] in Rockville, Md, [Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Treatment for drug exposed women and their children|
|Statement||editor, Elizabeth R. Rahdert.|
|Series||NIH publication ; no. 96-3632, NIDA research monograph ;, 165 [i.e.] 166, NIDA research monograph ;, 166.|
|Contributions||Rahdert, Elizabeth R., National Institute on Drug Abuse. Division of Clinical and Services Research.|
|LC Classifications||RJ520.P74 T74 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v., 322 p. :|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||96166035|
Drug-exposed children had lower APGAR scores at 1 and 5 minutes than unexposed children. There was a trend for more drug-exposed children to be admitted to neonatal intensive care units compared with their unexposed peers. All mothers of infants admitted to neonatal intensive care units had taken antidepressant drugs during the third wiztechinplanttraining.com by: May 27, · Costs Rise for Treating Babies Born to Mothers Addicted to Painkillers May 27, by Partnership News Service Staff As more babies are born to mothers who are addicted to prescription painkillers, the costs related to diagnosis and treatment of these infants are rising, according to .
Homeless women with children: The role of alcohol and other drug abuse. The impact of various policy decisions on homeless women, their dependent children, and the family unit is considered. Apr 26, · Presents summaries of papers presented at the NIDA Conference Drug Addiction Research and the Health of Women. Click here for: Treatment for Drug-Exposed Women and Their Children: Advances in Research Methodology (RM ) () NCADI # M · GPO # $ · NTIS PB# $
Jul 15, · An important attributional implication is that women who have occasionally consumed small amounts of alcohol during pregnancy and have slightly deformed infants should not be made to feel guilt or that alcohol caused the deformities. Women should certainly take precautions during their pregnancy, but do Children with the most severe Author: Robert T. Brown, Jennifer L. Condon. Jan 25, · Hendrée Jones, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the School of Medicine, University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She is also the executive director of UNC Horizons, a comprehensive drug treatment program for pregnant and parenting women and their drug-exposed children.
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Drug-exposed infants should not be viewed as a homogeneous group but as individual at-risk infants presenting with a broad spectrum of possible effects, ranging from healthy term newborns with no apparent effects to high-risk births with significant effects.
Living in a drug-abusing family is, in itself, Treatment for drug-exposed women and their children book significant risk factor, regardless of prenatal exposure. Maternal drug use (and.
Treatment for drug-exposed women and their children. Rockville, MD: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Clinical and Services Research, printing (OCoLC) Online version: Treatment for. Special programs and funding for drug-exposed children - Because foster care systems are receiving increasing caseloads of drug-exposed children, there is a necessity to develop special training and other programs for meeting their needs.
In addition, special funding should be procured to help meet the increased costs incurred by the adopting. Genre/Form: Online book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Treatment for drug-exposed women and their children.
Rockville, MD: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Clinical and Services Research.
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and treatment research on drug-exposed women and their children. Research monograph Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse. A review of the neurobehavioral deficits in children with fetal alcohol syndrome or prenatal exposure to alcohol. Main Book Collection HQ U6 S77 Treatment for drug-exposed women and their children: advances in research methodology / editor, Elizabeth R.
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The tobacco dependence treatment handbook: a guide to best practices / David B. Abrams, et al.; foreword by Judith K. Ockene. Main Book Collection RC T Treatment for drug-exposed women and their children: advances in research methodology / editor, Elizabeth R. Rahdert. Main Book Collection RJ P74 T7 This book is appropriate for those who provide general medical care to drug-dependent women or their children and wish to have a broader understanding of the implications of drug treatment for women with infants and children.
For those who work in the area of drug dependency it offers information and guidance about an oft-ignored wiztechinplanttraining.com: Mary R. Haack. As more and more drug-affected children approach school age, school personnel must be prepared to attend to the special needs of these children and their families/caregivers.
HOW SERIOUS IS THE PROBLEM. Hospitals are witnessing a disturbing increase in the number of infants born drug-exposed.
Health providers in many related disciplines, specialists in Addiction Medicine, social workers and ethicists are among those who will gain insight into the complex interdisciplinary matrix of abuse in women, its unique relationship to pregnancy, and its impact on drug-exposed children.
This book was published as a special issue in the Journal Author: Loretta Finnegan. childhood intervention strategies already developed for other vulnerable children can offer guidelines for working with drug-exposed children and their families.
Specialized treatment programs, coupled with broad-based family support and parent education services, can ameliorate the negative effects of prenatal drug exposure. Combining a complete review of the literature with their own clinical experience with adult drug abusers and their children, the authors describe pioneering efforts by child mental health, child welfare, and addiction treatment personnel to get children of drug abusers the help they urgently need.
Once addicted, pregnant women face numerous barriers to getting help. The lack of adequate treatment for women has been well documented, despite evidence of drug treatment's success and cost-effectiveness. Research shows that comprehensive treatment programs that do not separate mothers from their children help women and their families.
Retention issues involving drug-abusing women in treatment research. In E. Rahdert, Ed., Treatment for Drug-Exposed Women and their Children: Advances in. Hendree Jones PhD. Hendree Jones, PhD is a Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Executive Director of Horizons, a comprehensive drug treatment program for pregnant and parenting women and their drug-exposed children.5/5.Treatment of challenging behavior exhibited by children with prenatal drug exposure environment on drug-exposed children’s providers to identify and refer women who use substances to.Jul 18, · After these conversations, even if parents don't opt for treatment or completely abstain from future substance abuse, the knowledge that their substance use directly impacts their children often.