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The Resource Substance use disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces, Committee on Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Substance Use Disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces, Board on the Health of Select Populations, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies ; Charles P. O'Brien, Maryjo Oster, and Emily Morden, editors, (electronic resource)

Substance use disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces, Committee on Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Substance Use Disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces, Board on the Health of Select Populations, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies ; Charles P. O'Brien, Maryjo Oster, and Emily Morden, editors, (electronic resource)

Label
Substance use disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces
Title
Substance use disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces
Statement of responsibility
Committee on Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Substance Use Disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces, Board on the Health of Select Populations, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies ; Charles P. O'Brien, Maryjo Oster, and Emily Morden, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Of Key Findings -- References -- 8. Substance Use Disorder Workforce -- Air Force Workforce -- Army Workforce -- Navy Workforce -- Marine Corps Workforce -- DoD Efforts to Review Staffing Requirements -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 9. Conclusions And Recommendations -- Increasing Emphasis on Efforts to Prevent Substance Use Disorders -- Developing Strategies for Identifying, Adopting, Implementing, and Disseminating Evidence-Based Programs and Best Practices for SUD Care -- Increasing Access to Care -- Strengthening the SUD Workforce -- Conclusion -- References -- APPENDIXES -- A. Study Activities -- B.S.459 (111th): Support for Substance Use Disorders Act -- C. Section 596 of Public Law 111-84, October 28, 2009 -- D. Program Reviews -- E. Features of Tricare and Related Purchased Care Plans -- F. Workforce Standards for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Care -- G. Access Standards for Tricare Prime Enrollees -- H. Levels of Care
Cataloging source
YDXCP
NLM call number
  • 2013 E-468
  • WM 270
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  • O'Brien, Charles P
  • Oster, Maryjo
  • Morden, Emily
  • Institute of Medicine (U.S.)
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  • Substance-Related Disorders
  • Military Personnel
  • Military Medicine
  • United States
Label
Substance use disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces, Committee on Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Substance Use Disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces, Board on the Health of Select Populations, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies ; Charles P. O'Brien, Maryjo Oster, and Emily Morden, editors, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Summary -- 1.Introduction -- Background -- Charge to the Committee -- Approach to the Charge -- Organization of the Report -- References -- 2.Understanding substance use disorders in The Military -- Understanding Substance Use Disorders -- Scope of the Problem -- Development of Military Substance Abuse Policy: A Brief Overview -- Composition and Sociodemographic Characteristics of the Armed Forces -- Prevalence of Substance Use in the Military -- Health Care Burden of Substance Use Disorders -- Conceptual Approach to Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment of Alcohol Use Problems -- Summary -- References -- 3.The Military Health System -- Eligibility for Care -- Direct Care: Military Treatment Facilities -- Purchased Care: TRICARE -- Care for Substance Use Disorders for Military Service Members and Dependents -- Summary -- References -- 4.Changing Standards Of Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Health Care Reform and Parity Requirements -- Office of National Drug Control Policy's National Drug Control Strategy -- National Quality Forum's Voluntary Consensus Standards -- Practice Improvement Efforts -- Clinical Practice Guideline of the Department of Veterans Affairs and DoD -- Summary -- References -- 5.Best Practices In Prevention, Screening Diagnosis, And Treatment Of Substance Use Disorders -- Prevention -- Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment -- Summary -- References -- 6.Policies And Programs On Substance Use Disorders -- Department of Defense -- Air Force -- Army -- Navy -- Marine Corps -- SUD Policies and Programs for Military Dependents in the Direct Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 7.Access To Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Framework for Access to Care -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Direct Care System -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Veterans Health Administration -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Purchased Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 8.Substance Use Disorder Workforce -- Air Force Workforce -- Army Workforce -- Navy Workforce -- Marine Corps Workforce -- DoD Efforts to Review Staffing Requirements -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 9.Conclusions And Recommendations -- Increasing Emphasis on Efforts to Prevent Substance Use Disorders -- Developing Strategies for Identifying, Adopting, Implementing, and Disseminating Evidence-Based Programs and Best Practices for SUD Care -- Increasing Access to Care -- Strengthening the SUD Workforce -- Conclusion -- References -- APPENDIXES -- A.Study Activities -- B.S.459 (111th): Support for Substance Use Disorders Act -- C.Section 596 of Public Law 111-84, October 28, 2009 -- D.Program Reviews -- E.Features of Tricare and Related Purchased Care Plans -- F.Workforce Standards for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Care -- G.Access Standards for Tricare Prime Enrollees -- H.Levels of Care -- I.Summary of Policy-Relevant Strategies for the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problems
  • Machine generated contents note: Summary -- 1.Introduction -- Background -- Charge to the Committee -- Approach to the Charge -- Organization of the Report -- References -- 2.Understanding substance use disorders in The Military -- Understanding Substance Use Disorders -- Scope of the Problem -- Development of Military Substance Abuse Policy: A Brief Overview -- Composition and Sociodemographic Characteristics of the Armed Forces -- Prevalence of Substance Use in the Military -- Health Care Burden of Substance Use Disorders -- Conceptual Approach to Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment of Alcohol Use Problems -- Summary -- References -- 3.The Military Health System -- Eligibility for Care -- Direct Care: Military Treatment Facilities -- Purchased Care: TRICARE -- Care for Substance Use Disorders for Military Service Members and Dependents -- Summary -- References -- 4.Changing Standards Of Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Health Care Reform and Parity Requirements -- Office of National Drug Control Policy's National Drug Control Strategy -- National Quality Forum's Voluntary Consensus Standards -- Practice Improvement Efforts -- Clinical Practice Guideline of the Department of Veterans Affairs and DoD -- Summary -- References -- 5.Best Practices In Prevention, Screening Diagnosis, And Treatment Of Substance Use Disorders -- Prevention -- Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment -- Summary -- References -- 6.Policies And Programs On Substance Use Disorders -- Department of Defense -- Air Force -- Army -- Navy -- Marine Corps -- SUD Policies and Programs for Military Dependents in the Direct Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 7.Access To Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Framework for Access to Care -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Direct Care System -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Veterans Health Administration -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Purchased Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 8.Substance Use Disorder Workforce -- Air Force Workforce -- Army Workforce -- Navy Workforce -- Marine Corps Workforce -- DoD Efforts to Review Staffing Requirements -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 9.Conclusions And Recommendations -- Increasing Emphasis on Efforts to Prevent Substance Use Disorders -- Developing Strategies for Identifying, Adopting, Implementing, and Disseminating Evidence-Based Programs and Best Practices for SUD Care -- Increasing Access to Care -- Strengthening the SUD Workforce -- Conclusion -- References -- APPENDIXES -- A.Study Activities -- B.S.459 (111th): Support for Substance Use Disorders Act -- C.Section 596 of Public Law 111-84, October 28, 2009 -- D.Program Reviews -- E.Features of Tricare and Related Purchased Care Plans -- F.Workforce Standards for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Care -- G.Access Standards for Tricare Prime Enrollees -- H.Levels of Care -- I.Summary of Policy-Relevant Strategies for the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problems
  • Machine generated contents note: Summary -- 1. Introduction -- Background -- Charge to the Committee -- Approach to the Charge -- Organization of the Report -- References -- 2. Understanding substance use disorders in The Military -- Understanding Substance Use Disorders -- Scope of the Problem -- Development of Military Substance Abuse Policy: A Brief Overview -- Composition and Sociodemographic Characteristics of the Armed Forces -- Prevalence of Substance Use in the Military -- Health Care Burden of Substance Use Disorders -- Conceptual Approach to Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment of Alcohol Use Problems -- Summary -- References -- 3. The Military Health System -- Eligibility for Care -- Direct Care: Military Treatment Facilities -- Purchased Care: TRICARE -- Care for Substance Use Disorders for Military Service Members and Dependents -- Summary -- References -- 4. Changing Standards Of Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Health Care Reform and Parity Requirements
  • Office of National Drug Control Policy's National Drug Control Strategy -- National Quality Forum's Voluntary Consensus Standards -- Practice Improvement Efforts -- Clinical Practice Guideline of the Department of Veterans Affairs and DoD -- Summary -- References -- 5. Best Practices In Prevention, Screening Diagnosis, And Treatment Of Substance Use Disorders -- Prevention -- Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment -- Summary -- References -- 6. Policies And Programs On Substance Use Disorders -- Department of Defense -- Air Force -- Army -- Navy -- Marine Corps -- SUD Policies and Programs for Military Dependents in the Direct Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 7. Access To Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Framework for Access to Care -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Direct Care System -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Veterans Health Administration -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Purchased Care System
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000789126
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780309260558
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000789126
Label
Substance use disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces, Committee on Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Substance Use Disorders in the U.S. Armed Forces, Board on the Health of Select Populations, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies ; Charles P. O'Brien, Maryjo Oster, and Emily Morden, editors, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Summary -- 1.Introduction -- Background -- Charge to the Committee -- Approach to the Charge -- Organization of the Report -- References -- 2.Understanding substance use disorders in The Military -- Understanding Substance Use Disorders -- Scope of the Problem -- Development of Military Substance Abuse Policy: A Brief Overview -- Composition and Sociodemographic Characteristics of the Armed Forces -- Prevalence of Substance Use in the Military -- Health Care Burden of Substance Use Disorders -- Conceptual Approach to Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment of Alcohol Use Problems -- Summary -- References -- 3.The Military Health System -- Eligibility for Care -- Direct Care: Military Treatment Facilities -- Purchased Care: TRICARE -- Care for Substance Use Disorders for Military Service Members and Dependents -- Summary -- References -- 4.Changing Standards Of Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Health Care Reform and Parity Requirements -- Office of National Drug Control Policy's National Drug Control Strategy -- National Quality Forum's Voluntary Consensus Standards -- Practice Improvement Efforts -- Clinical Practice Guideline of the Department of Veterans Affairs and DoD -- Summary -- References -- 5.Best Practices In Prevention, Screening Diagnosis, And Treatment Of Substance Use Disorders -- Prevention -- Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment -- Summary -- References -- 6.Policies And Programs On Substance Use Disorders -- Department of Defense -- Air Force -- Army -- Navy -- Marine Corps -- SUD Policies and Programs for Military Dependents in the Direct Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 7.Access To Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Framework for Access to Care -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Direct Care System -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Veterans Health Administration -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Purchased Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 8.Substance Use Disorder Workforce -- Air Force Workforce -- Army Workforce -- Navy Workforce -- Marine Corps Workforce -- DoD Efforts to Review Staffing Requirements -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 9.Conclusions And Recommendations -- Increasing Emphasis on Efforts to Prevent Substance Use Disorders -- Developing Strategies for Identifying, Adopting, Implementing, and Disseminating Evidence-Based Programs and Best Practices for SUD Care -- Increasing Access to Care -- Strengthening the SUD Workforce -- Conclusion -- References -- APPENDIXES -- A.Study Activities -- B.S.459 (111th): Support for Substance Use Disorders Act -- C.Section 596 of Public Law 111-84, October 28, 2009 -- D.Program Reviews -- E.Features of Tricare and Related Purchased Care Plans -- F.Workforce Standards for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Care -- G.Access Standards for Tricare Prime Enrollees -- H.Levels of Care -- I.Summary of Policy-Relevant Strategies for the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problems
  • Machine generated contents note: Summary -- 1.Introduction -- Background -- Charge to the Committee -- Approach to the Charge -- Organization of the Report -- References -- 2.Understanding substance use disorders in The Military -- Understanding Substance Use Disorders -- Scope of the Problem -- Development of Military Substance Abuse Policy: A Brief Overview -- Composition and Sociodemographic Characteristics of the Armed Forces -- Prevalence of Substance Use in the Military -- Health Care Burden of Substance Use Disorders -- Conceptual Approach to Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment of Alcohol Use Problems -- Summary -- References -- 3.The Military Health System -- Eligibility for Care -- Direct Care: Military Treatment Facilities -- Purchased Care: TRICARE -- Care for Substance Use Disorders for Military Service Members and Dependents -- Summary -- References -- 4.Changing Standards Of Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Health Care Reform and Parity Requirements -- Office of National Drug Control Policy's National Drug Control Strategy -- National Quality Forum's Voluntary Consensus Standards -- Practice Improvement Efforts -- Clinical Practice Guideline of the Department of Veterans Affairs and DoD -- Summary -- References -- 5.Best Practices In Prevention, Screening Diagnosis, And Treatment Of Substance Use Disorders -- Prevention -- Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment -- Summary -- References -- 6.Policies And Programs On Substance Use Disorders -- Department of Defense -- Air Force -- Army -- Navy -- Marine Corps -- SUD Policies and Programs for Military Dependents in the Direct Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 7.Access To Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Framework for Access to Care -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Direct Care System -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Veterans Health Administration -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Purchased Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 8.Substance Use Disorder Workforce -- Air Force Workforce -- Army Workforce -- Navy Workforce -- Marine Corps Workforce -- DoD Efforts to Review Staffing Requirements -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 9.Conclusions And Recommendations -- Increasing Emphasis on Efforts to Prevent Substance Use Disorders -- Developing Strategies for Identifying, Adopting, Implementing, and Disseminating Evidence-Based Programs and Best Practices for SUD Care -- Increasing Access to Care -- Strengthening the SUD Workforce -- Conclusion -- References -- APPENDIXES -- A.Study Activities -- B.S.459 (111th): Support for Substance Use Disorders Act -- C.Section 596 of Public Law 111-84, October 28, 2009 -- D.Program Reviews -- E.Features of Tricare and Related Purchased Care Plans -- F.Workforce Standards for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Care -- G.Access Standards for Tricare Prime Enrollees -- H.Levels of Care -- I.Summary of Policy-Relevant Strategies for the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Problems
  • Machine generated contents note: Summary -- 1. Introduction -- Background -- Charge to the Committee -- Approach to the Charge -- Organization of the Report -- References -- 2. Understanding substance use disorders in The Military -- Understanding Substance Use Disorders -- Scope of the Problem -- Development of Military Substance Abuse Policy: A Brief Overview -- Composition and Sociodemographic Characteristics of the Armed Forces -- Prevalence of Substance Use in the Military -- Health Care Burden of Substance Use Disorders -- Conceptual Approach to Prevention, Intervention, and Treatment of Alcohol Use Problems -- Summary -- References -- 3. The Military Health System -- Eligibility for Care -- Direct Care: Military Treatment Facilities -- Purchased Care: TRICARE -- Care for Substance Use Disorders for Military Service Members and Dependents -- Summary -- References -- 4. Changing Standards Of Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Health Care Reform and Parity Requirements
  • Office of National Drug Control Policy's National Drug Control Strategy -- National Quality Forum's Voluntary Consensus Standards -- Practice Improvement Efforts -- Clinical Practice Guideline of the Department of Veterans Affairs and DoD -- Summary -- References -- 5. Best Practices In Prevention, Screening Diagnosis, And Treatment Of Substance Use Disorders -- Prevention -- Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment -- Summary -- References -- 6. Policies And Programs On Substance Use Disorders -- Department of Defense -- Air Force -- Army -- Navy -- Marine Corps -- SUD Policies and Programs for Military Dependents in the Direct Care System -- Summary of Key Findings -- References -- 7. Access To Care For Substance Use Disorders -- Framework for Access to Care -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Direct Care System -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Veterans Health Administration -- Care Availability, Access, and Utilization in the Purchased Care System
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000789126
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780309260558
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000789126

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