By Richard H. Blake, Wayne Harrison (auth.), Ronald R. Watson (eds.)
In Alcohol, Cocaine, and injuries major specialists supply concise but targeted medical studies of the function of alcohol and cocaine in automobile, aviation, and aquatic injuries. The authoritative members current either utilized examine and epidemiological reports, with emphasis at the prevention of accidents via an elevated use of acceptable academic labels, legislations enforcement, and private and community-based prevention courses. as well as particular topical assurance, the articles recommend prevention thoughts and supply assisting facts for the function of remedy in lowering accidents.
Alcohol, Cocaine, and injuries might be of curiosity to substance abuse researchers, cops, therapy companies, coverage makers, and legislators answerable for regulating alcohol and drug use, in addition to issues of safety in all components of transportation.
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Alcohol, Cocaine, and Accidents by Richard H. Blake, Wayne Harrison (auth.), Ronald R. Watson (eds.)