Первый слайд презентации: CHILDREN AS VICTIMS OF DRUGS
Parikh Abhishek J 17ll3(a)
Слайд 2: The ACTS
The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Bill, 1985 was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 23 August 1985. It was passed by both the Houses of Parliament and it was assented by the President on 16 September 1985. It came into force on 14 November 1985 as THE NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES ACT, 1985 (shortened to NDPS Act). Under the NDPS Act, it is illegal for a person to produce/manufacture/cultivate, possess, sell, purchase, transport, store, and/or consume any narcotic drug or psychotropic substance.
Слайд 3: GOALS
The four strategic goals are: GOAL 1: Identify the biological, environmental, behavioral, and social causes and consequences of drug use and addiction across the lifespan. GOAL 2: Develop new and improved strategies to prevent drug use and its consequences. GOAL 3: Develop new and improved treatments to help people with substance use disorders achieve and maintain a meaningful and sustained recovery. GOAL 4: Increase the public health impact of NIDA research and programs.
Слайд 4: PRINCIPLES
AVAILABILITY AND ACCESSIBILITY OF DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT. SCREENING,ASSESSMENT, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING. EVIDENCE-INFORMED DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT. DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND PATIENT DIGNITY. TARGETING SPECIAL SUBGROUPS AND CONDITIONS.
Слайд 5: CHARACTERISTICS
All drug dependency exhibits similar characteristics— • Chronic, progressive, and relapsing disease. • Biological, psychological, and sociological components. • Denial. • Lying and deceit. • Continuation despite negative consequences. • Changes in normal behavior.
Слайд 6: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Abrupt changes in mood. Decrease in ability to enjoy formerly pleasurable activities. Rationalization and denial. Stronger symptoms of mental illness. Impulsivity. Feelings of guilt and shame. Hallucinations and delusions.