2 edition of Interim hearing on drug availability and abuse in the Asian/Pacific Islander communities found in the catalog.
Interim hearing on drug availability and abuse in the Asian/Pacific Islander communities
California. Legislature. Senate. Select Committee on Border Issues, Drug Trafficking, and Contraband.
|Other titles||Drug availability and abuse in the Asian/Pacific Islander communities.|
|Statement||California Legislature, Senate Select Committee on Border Issues, Drug Trafficking, and Contraband.|
|LC Classifications||HV5824.E85 C35 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||90622555|
National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse (NAPAFASA) is a private, non-profit, (c)(3) membership organization dedicated to addressing the alcohol, tobacco, and other drug issues of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) populations. Conflict of Interest: Li-Tzy Wu is a committee member of the National Institute on Drug Abuse Asian American and Pacific Islander Researchers and Scholars Workgroup (NIDA AAPI workgroup), Special Populations Office, National Institute on Drug Abuse. Marvin S. Swartz has served as a consultant to Novartis Pharmaceuticals and has received research support from Eli by:
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Miller, Robert J. Riccio. This is the first book that exclusively addresses the range of health issues confronting Asian and Pacific Islanders in the United States. It critically examines and reviews the distribution of factors associated with health problems in specific Asian and Pacific Islander populations.
Expert contributors address the top priority health problems and issues facing these groups including.
Critical factors in addressing elder abuse in Asian American and Pacific Islander communities Eun Jeong Lee SCSEP National Director. National Asian Pacific Center on Aging. Ga-Young Choi. Associate Professor. Department of Social Work.
University of Northern Iowa. Eun Koh. Assistant Professor. National Catholic School of Social Service. Working with Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities: Cultural Competency In Practice NICOS Chinese Health Coalition Mission: To Enhance the Health and Well-Being of San Francisco's Chinese Community.
• Founded in • Located in SF Chinatown • Public-private-community partnership of 30+ groups. Introduction. Substance use and abuse information among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) currently disseminated is mostly limited to alcohol and cigarette smoking (U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services, ).Credible epidemiologic studies that document drug use and abuse among the wide range of AAPI subpopulations are still rare Harachi et al.,Ja & Aoki, Cited by: Asian American/Pacific Islander Researchers and Scholars Work Group Martin Y.
Iguchi, Ph.D. (Chair) Professional Title: Professor Affiliation: UCLA School of Public. Mokuau, N., & Shimizu, D. Conceptual framework for social services for Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.
In N. Mokuau (Ed.), Handbook of social services for Asian and Pacific Islanders (pp. New York: Greenwood Press. Google ScholarCited by: With us to discuss the overall trends found by recent studies detailed in the American Journal Public Health is Kathy Ko.
Ko is President and CEO of the Asian Pacific Islander Health Forum, which had input on the special edition of the journal. Pacific Islanders alone were included in the Census. When APIs in combination with one or more races are included, the numbers, there were M Asian American and M Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders.
The total US population grew percent from to “Asian alone” population in the ten year period increased by 43% and the File Size: 1MB. Valencia introduce the majority and minority Asian American and Pacific Islander groups and provide some practical considerations for counseling these populations.
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National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse Fact Sheet: Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Illicit Drug Use • • • • • • • Inon average, Asian Americans had the lowest rate of current drug use, %, in comparison to % for whites, % for Hispanics, % for African Americans, and % for File Size: 57KB.
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National Asian Pacific American Families Against Substance Abuse (NAPAFASA) is a private, non-profit, (c)(3) membership organization dedicated to addressing the alcohol, tobacco, and other drug issues of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) populations. SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-basedFile Size: KB.
ELDER ABUSE IN ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER COMMUNITIES Ailee Moon, MSW, Ph.D. Department of Social Welfare UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs John A. Hartford Geriatric Social Work Faculty Scholar for the National Center on Elder Abuse Aug Filipino youths were more likely to have used alcohol during the past year than Chinese or Asian Indian youth (SAMHSA, ) The Student Substance Use Survey found that there was a 6-month drinking rate of 50% for Pacific Islanders, % for Filipinos and % for Chinese (Prevention Size: 57KB.
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Lee SM, Fernandez M. Trends in Asian American racial/ethnic intermarriage: a comparison of and census data. Sociol Perspect. ; 41 (2)– Ja DY, Aoki B. Substance abuse treatment: cultural barriers in the Asian-American community.
J Psychoactive Drugs. Jan-Mar; 25 (1)–Cited by: drug or alcohol use in the past year, Asian Americans or Pacific Islanders are also less likely than persons of other racial or ethnic groups to receive specialty treatment.
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The most common motivation (File Size: KB.Asian/Pacific Islander subgroups. The Asian/Pacific Islander population in Santa Clara County represents a diverse number of countries, cultures and backgrounds.
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