Gregory W. Bailey

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  • G W Bailey
  • 1989
The literature on substance abuse in youth is reviewed and current terminology is defined. Perspectives are presented on epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis and differential diagnosis, prevention, treatment, outcome, associated problems, issues of interface with other professionals, and directions for future research. Substance abuse in children and(More)
Disclaimer: This report represents the work of four WPI undergraduate students submitted to the faculty as evidence of completion of a degree requirement. WPI routinely publishes these reports on its web site without editorial or peer review i Executive Summary Coastal Massachusetts, due to its location on the Atlantic Ocean, is an area that is very(More)
Condensation Among 7,818 pregnant women, 30% used alcohol or illicit drugs in the month prior to knowledge of pregnancy, and 15% continued use after learning of the pregnancy. Abstract Objective: Determine the prevalence of substance use among pregnant women in five diverse communities utilizing the 4P's Plus © screen for alcohol, tobacco, and other drug(More)
In order to determine the needs and goals of substance abuse teaching, vis-à-vis child psychiatry training, a questionnaire was sent to the training directors at every child psychiatry program accredited by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Examination. The results demonstrated that most child psychiatry programs schedule at least some didactic(More)
Residents anddirectors of accredited child and adolescent psychiatry programs (N = 117) in the United States were surveyed (with a response rate of 89% and 76.9%, respectively) to determine the extent and adequacy of training offered for the identification and management of substance abuse disorders. Of the responders, 24% of the residents indicated some(More)
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