2 edition of Preliminary findings from the 1971 DoD survey of drug use found in the catalog.
Preliminary findings from the 1971 DoD survey of drug use
Allan H. Fisher
by HumRRO Division no. 7 (Social Science), Human Resources Research Organization in Alexandria, Va
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 61.
|Statement||[by] Allan H. Fisher, Jr.|
|Series||HumRRO technical report 72-8|
|Contributions||Human Resources Research Organization. Division no. 7 (Social Science)|
|LC Classifications||HV5825 .F565|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 61 p.|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||73164532|
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Preliminary Findings from the DoD Survey of Drug Use. Fisher, Allan H., Jr. This report is Phase 1 of a two-phase research project to study the extent of use of nontherapeutic drugs in the Armed Services, and to identify demographic correlates of drug by: 2.
Preliminary Findings from the. DoD Survey of Drug Use. Allan H. Fisher, Jr. HumRRO Division No. 7 (Social Science) Alexandria, Virginia. HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH ORGANIZATION.
This research was sponsored by the Advanced Research Projects Agency of the Department of Defense under ARPA Order andFile Size: 1MB. A stratified sample of 36, enlisted men, representive of the four Armed Services on a worldwide basis, responded to a item Survey of Drug Use.
Reported use of drugs in the period Sep Sep 71 was highest for men in the Army. xiv. Preliminary Findings from the DoD Survey of Drug Use. INTRODUCTION. Activities performed in the initial phase of a two-phase project1with an overall objective of investigating the incidence of use of nontherapeutic drugs in the Armed Forces, are described in this by: 2.
This report provides a comprehensive summary of methodological research conducted on the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH).
Since its inception inconsiderable research has been conducted on the methods used in the survey. Studies have addressed sampling, counting and listing operations, questionnaire design, data collection procedures, editing and imputation procedures.
Preliminary Findings from the DoD Survey of Drug Use, Technical Report 72–8. Human Resources Research Organization, March. Advanced Research Projects Agency, Department of Defense. Fisher, A. H., Jr.
Preliminary findings from the DoD survey of drug use. Washington, D. C.: HumRRo, TR 72 – 8, March Prior tothe survey was called the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse (NHSDA).
It is the primary source of statistical information on the use of illegal drugs, alcohol, and tobacco by the U.S. civilian, noninstitutionalized population aged 12 or older.
The survey also includes several modules of questions that focus on mental health. Drugs were a contributing factor in the accident. Decem - A memorandum # issued by Deputy Secretary of Defense Carlucci in December authorized the initiation of punitive actions including courts martial or administrative separation for drug use.Â.
Results from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health October | 2. Survey Background NSDUH is an annual survey of the civilian, noninstitutionalized population of the United States aged 12 years old or older. The survey is sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Preliminary findings from the DoD survey of drug use. Alexandria, Va., HumRRO Division no. 7 (Social Science), Human Resources Research Organization, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Allan H Fisher; Human Resources Research Organization.
Division no. anonymous survey of drug use (Phase I) and a series of personal interviews (Phase II). This report describes the findings from the personal interview phase, which provided preliminary findings on such topics as reasons for the use of nontherapeutic drugs, attitudes among Servicemen toward drug use and reported job performance effects of drug use.
The US Department of Defense sponsored survey in showed that per cent of US Army personnel in Vietnam had smoked marijuana, per cent had used heroin and opium, and per cent had taken other psychedelic drugs. See Alan H. Fisher, Jr., Preliminary Findings from the DOD Survey of Drug Use (Alexandria, Va.: Human Resources Research Organization, ) p.
NATIONAL DRUG USE SURVEY MALDIVES – / V CONTENTS FOREWORDVII PREFACE ix EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 01 ACRONYMS 04 CHAPTER I: SCOPE OF THE STUDY 05 A. Introduction 05 B. Background 06 I. History of Drug Use in the Maldives 06 II. Current Context- Existing Data on the growing drug problem 06 III.
Genesis of this study 08 CHAPTER II: SURVEY. This report " presents preliminary findings of the Health and Nutrition Examination Survey collected on a probability sample of the U.S. population, by age. sex, race, and income level. Data are presented on selected anthropometric measurements of children years of age, obesity in adults years of age, and clinical signs of possible nutritional deficiency for persons Preliminary Findings from the DoD Survey of Drug Use is Published In this journal it is stated that in the U.S.
armed forces 51% had used marijuana, 31% had used psychedelics, and 28% had used hard drugs such as cocaine and heroin. Challenges in implementing drug use surveys • Household surveys – • Pakistan – national household survey on drug use (50, respondents) • Self reported drug use in past 12 months – cannabis % – Heroin 0% – Non medical use of prescription opioids %.
Status of Drug Use in the DoD Personnel (FY) drug testing results, discusses these findings, and presents recommendations on how to further mitigate drug threats. Department of Defense Survey of Health Related Behaviors Among Active Duty Military Personnel.
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