soc work exam 3

  1. primary prevention
    • prevent use before it starts
    • aimed primarily at younger people
  2. secondary prevention
    • curtail further problematic or risky use
    • prevent addiction and disorder
    • aimed at person who have used substances
  3. tertiary
    • intervention, treatment, recovery
    • aimed at people who have developed substance use disorders
  4. social influence model
    • training in refusal skills 
    • countering advertising 
    • normative education
    • use of peer leaders
  5. the four A's in substance use policy change
    • Availability 
    • Affordability
    • Acceptability
    • Attractiveness
  6. three strategies other states use to prevent drug use
    • Drinking age 21 for bars and restaurants
    • Alcohol taxes
    • Sobriety checkpoints
  7. environmental prevention strategies
    • outlet density ordinances
    • social host ordinances
    • deemed approved ordinances
    • conditional use permit
    • alcohol taxes
  8. outlet density ordinances
    decrease the number of establishments to obtain a substance within a defined area
  9. social host ordinances
    making it unlawful to provide an environment where underage drinking takes place, regardless of who provided the alcohol
  10. deemed approved ordinances
    sets performance standards for all off-sale alcoholic beverage premises
  11. conditional use permit
    allows the city to consider uses which may be essential or desirable
  12. effective policies for reducing prevalence of opioid  addiction
    • statewide prescription drug monitoring databases
    • penalties for doctors who overprescribe
    • require pain clinics to register with the state
    • pharmacies, drug wholesalers, and pharmacists obligated to report questionable purchases
  13. Wisconsin HOPE agenda
    require a practitioner to check patient's record before prescribing a monitored prescription drug for the first time
  14. opioid antidote
    naracan (naloxone)
  15. ROSC acronym
    recovery oriented systems of care
  16. ROSC
    • accessible services that engage and retain people seeking recovery
    • ac continuum of services rather than crisis-oriented care
    • caret that is appropriate for the individual's unique needs
    • where possible, care in the person's community and natural supports
  17. what healthcare should be for according to the institute of Medicine
    Safe, Effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, equitable
  18. 10 guiding principles to recovery
    • person-driven
    • many pathways
    • holistic
    • peer support
    • relational
    • culture
    • adresses trauma
    • strength/responsibility
    • respect
    • hope
  19. elements of an effective ROSC
    • family and other ally involvement
    • individualized and comprehensive services across the lifespan
    • systems anchored in the community
    • continuity of care
    • responsive to personal belief systems
    • commitment to peer recovery support
    • inclusion of voices of recovering individuals
    • integrated services
    • education and training
    • ongoing monitoring and outreach
    • outcomes-driven
    • based on research
    • adequately and flexibly financed
  20. examples of recovery-oriented activities 
    prevention
    • early screening before onset
    • collaborate with other systems
    • stigma reduction activities
    • refer to intervention treatment services
  21. examples of recovery-oriented activities 
    intervention
    • screening
    • early intervention
    • pre-treatment
    • recovery support services
    • outreach services
  22. examples of recovery-oriented activities 
    treatment
    • menu of treatment services
    • recovery support services
    • alternative services and therapies
  23. examples of recovery-oriented activities 
    post treatment
    • continuing care
    • recovery support services
    • check-ups
    • self-monitoring
  24. Barriers/Difficulties with ROSC
    • moving from deficit-focused thinking to strengths-based
    • addiction professionals' pride and power
    • lack of protocols and financing for support services
    • absence of ethical codes for peer services
    • weak infrastructure of addiction treatment organizations and turnover
    • fidelity monitoring
    • record keeping
    • reliable evaluation data
Author
Sheilaj
ID
344043
Card Set
soc work exam 3
Description
uhm
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