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Drug Ed Quiz 1

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Date Created: 02/19/16
HLTH 240: Drug Education, Fall 2015, Study Guide 1 Lecture: Concepts of Health 1. Identify concepts related to the definition of health. 2. Match the dimensions of health with examples of these dimensions with respect to alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Lecture/Chapter 1/Commonly Abused Drugs: Drugs in American Society 1. Identify or match the definitions of the following terms: drug, biologic, medication, prescription drug, over-the- counter drug, brand name drug, generic drug, active ingredient, inactive ingredient, vaccines, antibiotics, psychopharmacology, psychoactive drug, psychotherapeutics, illicit drug, and gateway substances. 2. Identify the four pharmacological revolutions. 3. Identify principles related to drug use. 4. Identify the relationship between the use of a gateway substance and subsequent problem behavior. 5. Identify examples of behaviors within the constellation of problem behaviors. 6. Match examples of drugs with the category or classification of substances as listed in the Commonly Abused Drugs handout from the National Institute on Drug Abuse. 7. Identify the name of the survey used in Minnesota to monitor youth risk behavior. Lecture/Drug Education in the Context of Coordinated School Health/Whole School Whole Community Whole Child 1. Identify the definition of coordinated school health. 2. State whether or not the Whole School Whole Community Whole Child Initiative is an extension of the coordinated school health approach. 3. Identify components of the Whole School Whole Community Whole Child Initiative. 4. Identify the role of Whole School Whole Community Whole Child with respect to the prevention and reduction of behaviors and negative consequences related to tobacco, alcohol, and other drug use. 5. Match the three CDC risk behaviors related to morbidity and mortality among young people. 6. Match the three CDC risk behaviors related to morbidity and mortality among adults. 7. Identify the relationship between alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use and academic achievement. 8. Identify recommendations for coordinated school health by the Institute of Medicine. 9. Identify the definition of school health council. 10. Identify potential members of school health councils. 11. Identify prevention principles. 12. Match the descriptors and examples of risk and protective factors. 13. Identify the focus of research-based preventions programs related to risk and protective factors. 14. Identify major transitions in the lives of children and adolescents. 15. Identify the significance of major transitions in the lives of children and adolescents with respect to alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use. 16. Identify the three elements of effective pedagogy. 17. Identify different types of interventions to provide a comprehensive approach to alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention. 18. Identify the primary resource for identifying effective drug education curricula for evidence-based public health and evidence-based education. 19. Identify the effectiveness of D.A.R.E., D.A.R.E. P.L.U.S., and New D.A.R.E. Lecture: Drug Education as a Part of Comprehensive School Health Education 1. Identify the context within which drug education should be provided. 2. Identify recommendations for health education by the Institute of Medicine and Healthy People 2020. 3. Identify skills integrated into the National Health Education Standards. 4. Identify the definitions of functional knowledge and health-related skills. 5. Identify the educator’s role in helping students adopt and maintain healthy behaviors such as abstinence from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. 6. Identify how to help students build personal and social competence to develop skills to adopt and maintain healthy behaviors such as abstinence from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.


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