Workplace Prevention of Prescription Drug Abuse: Pilot Assessment of a New Psycho-educational Program
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AbstractPrescription drug misuse and abuse is a growing problem in America. It has negative effects on employees themselves, as well as productivity in the workplace, costing organizations money. This brief note describes a webinar that was designed to increase awareness of prescription drug abuse and misuse, as well as offering options on treatment for employees. 91% of participants agreed that they would use content from the webinar to assist the employees at their organizations. Ideally, a full pre-posttest analysis would be conducted on these data, but for now, these data provide support that the webinar was beneficial to participants.
DescriptionArticle in an open access journal.
CitationNeeper, M., Bennet, J. B., Galvin, D. M. & Lucas, G. (2016). Workplace prevention of prescription drug abuse: pilot assessment of a new psycho-educational program. Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy, 7:277, 1-4. doi:10.4172/2155-6105.1000277
Employee assistance programs
Prescription Drug Misuse
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