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American Academy of Pediatrics policy statement on the role of the pediatrician in prevention, identification, and management of substance abuse. Revised in 2005
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LifeRing is a network of support groups for people who want to live free of alcohol and other addictive drugs. Supports treatment that is matched to the needs of the individual. Meetings work through positive social reinforcement.
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The Joint Commission provides downloads and release notes on the latest quality measures here, including measures for tobacco, alcohol, or drug use.
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Joint Commission
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A website that explains the 5 A's for tobacco cessation.
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US Department of Health and Human Services
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Alex's NIDA Modified Assist Screening Results

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Alex's NIDA Modified Assist Screening Results

Alex's NIDA Modified Assist Screening Results- For case Alex in Screening and Assessment

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NIDA created a "clinician's screening tool for drug use in general medical settings"
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Delta Dental provides a quit guide for spit tobacco.
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NIH
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Monograph 2: Smokeless Tobacco or Health: An International Perspective covers Epidemiology, Clinical and Pathological Effects, Carcinogenesis, Nicotine Effects and Addiction, Prevention, Cessation, and Policy.
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National Cancer Institute
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Monograph 5: Tobacco and the Clinician: Interventions for Medical and Dental Practice covers Strategies for Office-Based Smoking Cessation Assistance, Recruitment and Training of Practicing Physicians, Dentists, and Their Office Staffs, Training of Physicians in Training, Special Practice Settings, and Dissemination, Facilitation, and Maintenance of Office-Based Cessation Assistance.
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National Cancer Institute
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Researchers at the national level are making great strides toward answering this important question. In recent years, they have distilled effective strategies and principles from the many programs that seek to prevent and reduce substance abuse. Now, across the country, more and more practitioners are coming to understand how critical it is to identify and use science-based strategies that are likely to be effective in meeting the needs of the people they serve. (From their website)
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