2 edition of Wyoming alcohol use issues survey, 2006 found in the catalog.
Wyoming alcohol use issues survey, 2006
Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center.
|Statement||by Thomas Furgeson, Shweta Talwar, Bistra Anatchkova ; with the assistance of Burke Grandjean, Trent Holder, Suzanne M. Karis, ... [et al.].|
|Series||WYSAC technical report -- no. SRC-614|
|Contributions||Furgeson, Thomas., Talwar, Shweta., Anatchkova, Bistra., Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police., Wyoming. Substance Abuse Division.|
|LC Classifications||HV5297.W9 W97 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||2008354334|
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Since the school year, the Wyoming Prevention Needs Assessment Survey has tracked critical indicators of health and well-being of students in Wyoming. Conducted every other year in nearly all the middle and high schools in the state, the PNA gathers information about substance use and abuse, attitudes on risky behaviors, and other.
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The use of persons age eighteen (18) to twenty-one (21) during compliance checks is authorized subject to the. Trends in alcohol use and binge drinking –, results of a multistate survey external icon. Am J Prev Med ;26(4)– Stahre MA, Brewer RD, Naimi TS, Miller JW, et al. Alcohol-attributable deaths and years of potential life lost—United States, Excessive alcohol use cost the United States $ billion, or $ per drink consumed, in as a result of lost workplace productivity, healthcare expenses, and crime (5).
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the concerns about alcohol abuse expressed by Wyoming residents in the most recent statewide public opinion survey 2. Some excerpts from the survey that involved 4, Wyoming residents. Heavy alcohol use. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, nearly % of Native Americans ages 12 and older were current heavy alcohol users, the highest rate of any ethnic group.
Binge drinking. InapproximatelyNative Americans reported binge drinking within the past month. No alcohol cap but ABV > % requires additional license, so many places are beer/wine only.
Wet/dry issues determined by city/county election. Liquor stores statewide closed all day Sunday. An alcoholic beverage served (on-premises) to a customer between 10 a.m. and noon on Sunday may only be provided during the service of food to the customer. Youth and Marijuana Use. The following statistics paint a picture of use among teens: 1% of young people aged reported current marijuana use in (NSDUH, ).
4 million people aged 12 or older tried marijuana for the first time inaveraging to about 6, new users each day. concerns about alcohol abuse expressed by Wyoming residents in the most recent statewide public opinion survey 2. Some excerpts from the survey that involved 4, Wyoming residents.
The University of Wyoming Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy is intended to further the educational mission and goals of UW by advocating for individual responsibility, healthy and informed decision-making, and the safe, legal, and responsible use of alcohol and the prohibition of illegal drugs.
The University of Wyoming is committed to creating a. survey, a respondent can now be given a hyperlink to a Web site containing the survey. Or, in an e-mail survey, a questionnaire is sent to a respondent via e-mail, possibly as an attachment.
As either an alternative or an adjunct to conventional survey modes (e.g., the. Wyoming: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Intervention According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (), more than 52% of the Wyoming population (aged 12 or older) reported past month use of alcohol.
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| Presentation, Publication, Report, Survey & Data Collection, Web Application, Website Wyoming Tobacco Prevention and Control Program Evaluation View Project →. Recent research has shown the gap between men and women with drinking problems is shrinking. Female alcohol use disorder in the United States more than doubled from toaccording to the Author: Jennifer Clopton.
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Research shows that people who are dependent on alcohol are much more likely than the general population to use drugs, and people with drug dependence are much more likely to drink alcohol.
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