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The Resource Prescription Drug Abuse, [compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services

Prescription Drug Abuse, [compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services

Label
Prescription Drug Abuse
Title
Prescription Drug Abuse
Statement of responsibility
[compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services
Contributor
Compiler
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Index
index present
LC call number
RM146.5
LC item number
.P74 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The reference shelf
Series volume
volume 89, number 5
Label
Prescription Drug Abuse, [compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-210) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Almost half of all opioid misuse starts with a friend of family member's prescription
  • Roni Dengler
  • Yes, benzos are bad for you
  • Allen Frances
  • Casualties of the VA
  • David French
  • War on prescription drugs: what if you depend on opioids to live a decent life?
  • S.E. Smith
  • 1: Pain and anxiety in America
  • National disorder: treating chronic conditions
  • Taking on the scourge of opioids
  • Sally Satel
  • How prescription-drug abuse unleashed a heroin epidemic
  • Kevin D. Williamson
  • The truth about prescription pills: one writer's story of anxiety and addiction
  • Kelley McMillan
  • College students aren't the only ones abusing Adderall
  • Emma Pierson
  • Smack epidemic
  • L. Jon Wertheim
  • US child opioid overdoses increased over past two decades, research finds
  • Jessica Glenza
  • The hefty price of "study drug" misuse on college campuses
  • Linda Begdache
  • Risky alone, deadly together
  • Kimberly Kindy and Dan Keating
  • 2: Drugs for young and old
  • Spectrum of risk
  • Prescription drug abuse among older adults is harder to detect
  • Constance Gustke
  • Old and overmedicated: the real drug problem in nursing homes
  • Ina Jaffe and Robert Benincasa
  • Fatal friendships: what happens when women share drugs on Facebook
  • Jill DiDonato
  • Drug-company payments mirror doctors' brand-name prescribing
  • Charles Ornstein, Ryann Grochowski Jones, and Mike Tigas
  • Opioid Rx abuse probe sees a record 31 doctors hit with sanctions in New Jersey
  • Elizabeth Llorente
  • 3: Doctors, big pharma and the gateway to abuse
  • The prescription drug business
  • The selling of Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Alan Schwarz
  • When the mailman unwittingly becomes a drug dealer
  • Arian Campo-Flores and Jon Kamp
  • Alison's story: how $750,000 in drug "treatment" destroyed her life
  • Warren Richey
  • Adam Piore
  • How medical marijuana could help end the opioid epidemic
  • Eric Killelea
  • What's really causing the prescription drug crisis?
  • Johann Hari
  • After medical marijuana legalized, Medicare prescriptions drop for many drugs
  • Shefali Luthra
  • 4: A search for solutions - treatment
  • Treatment and wellness
  • A primary care doctor delves into the opioid epidemic
  • Monique Tello
  • The doctors who started the opioid epidemic
  • Paul A. Offit -- Can we curb the opioid abuse epidemic by rethinking chronic pain?
  • Richard Gunderman
  • The painkillers that could end the opioid crisis
  • Congress probes West Virginia opioid shipments
  • Eric Eyre
  • States require opioid prescribers to check for "doctor shopping"
  • Christine Vestal
  • Bibliography
  • Websites
  • Index
  • 5: A search for solutions - policy
  • The policy approach: restricting supply and legalizing treatment
  • Researchers use black-market drug website to gauge public health
  • Felice J. Freyer
  • Are pharmaceutical companies to blame for the opioid epidemic?
  • Alana Semuels
  • Ohio sues five drugmakers, saying they fueled opioid crisis
  • Jeanne Whalen
Control code
ocn982092820
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xiv, 215 pages :
Isbn
9781682174500
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)982092820
Label
Prescription Drug Abuse, [compiled by] H. W. Wilson, a division of EBSCO Information Services
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-210) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Almost half of all opioid misuse starts with a friend of family member's prescription
  • Roni Dengler
  • Yes, benzos are bad for you
  • Allen Frances
  • Casualties of the VA
  • David French
  • War on prescription drugs: what if you depend on opioids to live a decent life?
  • S.E. Smith
  • 1: Pain and anxiety in America
  • National disorder: treating chronic conditions
  • Taking on the scourge of opioids
  • Sally Satel
  • How prescription-drug abuse unleashed a heroin epidemic
  • Kevin D. Williamson
  • The truth about prescription pills: one writer's story of anxiety and addiction
  • Kelley McMillan
  • College students aren't the only ones abusing Adderall
  • Emma Pierson
  • Smack epidemic
  • L. Jon Wertheim
  • US child opioid overdoses increased over past two decades, research finds
  • Jessica Glenza
  • The hefty price of "study drug" misuse on college campuses
  • Linda Begdache
  • Risky alone, deadly together
  • Kimberly Kindy and Dan Keating
  • 2: Drugs for young and old
  • Spectrum of risk
  • Prescription drug abuse among older adults is harder to detect
  • Constance Gustke
  • Old and overmedicated: the real drug problem in nursing homes
  • Ina Jaffe and Robert Benincasa
  • Fatal friendships: what happens when women share drugs on Facebook
  • Jill DiDonato
  • Drug-company payments mirror doctors' brand-name prescribing
  • Charles Ornstein, Ryann Grochowski Jones, and Mike Tigas
  • Opioid Rx abuse probe sees a record 31 doctors hit with sanctions in New Jersey
  • Elizabeth Llorente
  • 3: Doctors, big pharma and the gateway to abuse
  • The prescription drug business
  • The selling of Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Alan Schwarz
  • When the mailman unwittingly becomes a drug dealer
  • Arian Campo-Flores and Jon Kamp
  • Alison's story: how $750,000 in drug "treatment" destroyed her life
  • Warren Richey
  • Adam Piore
  • How medical marijuana could help end the opioid epidemic
  • Eric Killelea
  • What's really causing the prescription drug crisis?
  • Johann Hari
  • After medical marijuana legalized, Medicare prescriptions drop for many drugs
  • Shefali Luthra
  • 4: A search for solutions - treatment
  • Treatment and wellness
  • A primary care doctor delves into the opioid epidemic
  • Monique Tello
  • The doctors who started the opioid epidemic
  • Paul A. Offit -- Can we curb the opioid abuse epidemic by rethinking chronic pain?
  • Richard Gunderman
  • The painkillers that could end the opioid crisis
  • Congress probes West Virginia opioid shipments
  • Eric Eyre
  • States require opioid prescribers to check for "doctor shopping"
  • Christine Vestal
  • Bibliography
  • Websites
  • Index
  • 5: A search for solutions - policy
  • The policy approach: restricting supply and legalizing treatment
  • Researchers use black-market drug website to gauge public health
  • Felice J. Freyer
  • Are pharmaceutical companies to blame for the opioid epidemic?
  • Alana Semuels
  • Ohio sues five drugmakers, saying they fueled opioid crisis
  • Jeanne Whalen
Control code
ocn982092820
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xiv, 215 pages :
Isbn
9781682174500
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)982092820

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