Validity of brief screening instrument for adolescent tobacco, alcohol, and drug use.

@article{Kelly2014ValidityOB,
  title={Validity of brief screening instrument for adolescent tobacco, alcohol, and drug use.},
  author={Sharon M. Kelly and Jan Gryczynski and Shannon Gwin Mitchell and Arethusa S. Kirk and Kevin E. O'Grady and Robert P. Schwartz},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2014},
  volume={133 5},
  pages={819-26}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism developed an alcohol screening instrument for youth based on epidemiologic data. This study examines the concurrent validity of this instrument, expanded to include tobacco and drugs, among pediatric patients, as well as the acceptability of its self-administration on an iPad. METHODS Five hundred and twenty-five patients (54.5% female; 92.8% African American) aged 12 to 17 completed the Brief Screener for Tobacco… CONTINUE READING
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