Drug Use, Regulation,
and the Law
Guidelines for Controlling Drug
Development and Marketing
Society has the right to protect itself from
the damaging impact of drug use.
Society has the right to demand safe and
Treating Drug Dependence
Treatment of Addiction
Individuals who are addicted to drugs come
from all walks of life.
Many suffer from occupational, social,
psychiatric or other medical problems that can
make their addictions difficult to treat.
How and Why
Intended and Unintended
Effects of Drugs
- Reason for using the drug
- Side effects
The main distinction between intended
responses and side effects depends on the
Drug Abuse Prevention
How Serious Is the Problem of
In 2008, an estimated 22.2 million persons aged
12 or older were classified with substance
dependence or abuse in the past year (8.9% of
the population aged 12 or older).
Explaining Drug Use
Why Do People Use Drugs?
What causes people to subject their bodies
and minds to the harmful effects of
nonmedical and/or recreational drug use
that often leads to drug addiction?
Why is drug use a more
CHAPTER 9: NARCOTICS
What Are Narcotics?
The term narcotic
currently refers to
from the opium poppy
and their synthetic
High abuse potential,
but also useful
medically- pain relief,
Drugs and Society
It is an equal-opportunity affliction
Four principal factors
o Biological/genetic/pharmacological = what is the
biology/genetics of the user and how does the drug affect the
o Cultural = how does society aff
Hello and welcome to CEP 261 Substance Abuse,
I would like to take a moment and welcome you to our class. I hope that you will
find this course useful and interesting as we explore the world of addiction. This is a
complex issue that affects many people w
In the Spring Semester of 2015, Academic Governance approved a Grief Absence Policy (see
Submaximal Exercise Testing
1.) Explain the relationship between HR and VO2. How does this relationship apply
to submaximal exercise testing?
a. Heart rate is linearly related to VO2. This linear relationship is one of the
Lab Homework #2: Cardiovascular Physiology
1. Define orthostatic hypotension. Explain when and why individuals may
experience orthostatic hypotension. As an exercise professional why
might you be concerned about orthostatic hypotension?
January 12, 2016
Measurement and Calibration
1) Why is this calibration laboratory important?
This calibration laboratory is important because it provides the students with
the understanding of why it is necessary to calibrate the ins
February 23, 2016
Lung Volume Lab (2nd half, questions 5-9)
5.) Was there a difference between the two calculated residual volume answers in #4? If
so, how large was the difference? Why might this difference have occurred? Which
February 23, 2016
Lung Volume Lab
1.) Define and explain the difference between ATPS, BTPS, and STPD. Which one is
used to report lung measures? How/why are these terms important in exercise
physiology laboratory testing?
a. ATPS sta
Lung Volumes and Pulmonary
Reading: ACSM Guidelines Ch. 3
CP: 15-21, 102-103, 140-146
(KIN 310 review)
WHY DO WE BREATHE?
KIN 310 REVIEW!
DO WE ALL BREATHE?
Take IN oxygen (O2)
A Critique of A New Model of Home-based Telemonitored Cardiac Rehabilitation in Patients
With Heart Failure: Effectiveness, Quality of Life, and Adherence
Michigan State University
This study focused on the efficacy of dif
Kin 411 (009)
Scientific Writing Assignment #1
Title: Effects of cardiac rehabilitation and exercise training on autonomic regulation in patients
with coronary artery disease.
Authors: Daniela Lucini, Richard V. Mi
The video reflects the biopsychosocial model by illustrating how illness cant be
explained from a biological perspective alone; but rather as an outcome of dynamic
interactions between biological, socio-cultural, and ps
The College Collector
The Age of Anxiety
December 4th, 2015
CEP 261 Section 731
Movie Analysis: The Basketball Diaries
The Basketball Diaries is a movie based on a true story about a teenage boy
named Jim Carroll. In the beginning of the movie, Jim aspired to become a write and
Early views of MI
Move Towards Government Care
Rise of Asylums
Call for Higher Quality Care
Fall of the Asylums
WWI - impacted rehabilitation
o a factor in extending vocational education to
many with physical disabilities
medical improvement, leading to many surviving
A National defense act passed in 1916 to