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Alcoholism Research 1. Select a topic Why do people become alcoholics? 2. Define the problem Alcoholism is a serious problem. Some of the problems relating to alcohol abuse involve direct physical injury. You are more likely to fall down the stairs or walk into traffic if you have been drinking.… They might smash a bar stool on your head, for example, which…
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Alcoholics Anonymous :
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Running Head: Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous With all the greed and corruption found in this world, it is difficult to find people whose sole purpose of wanting to interact with one, is to help that person.… In addition, I realized that it was imperative to trust other people to help me, since I myself am being trained for a…
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Alcoholics Anonymous
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Group Dynamics Name: Grade Course: Date: As stakeholders in the healthcare industry continue to redefine nursing roles, one of the items that have come under strict focus is the ability of nurses to work with and in groups. Nurses require good interpersonal skills to optimally interact with patients, colleagues and other groups they encounter while performing their duties (Nunnery, 2008).…
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Alcoholics Anymous
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The members are mostly males between the ages of 35 and 45 years. There are ten members in the group and two of the members are female single mothers who are 35 and 38 years old. In the group… The group also aims to provide an atmosphere where individuals do not receive judgment for their alcohol problems or any mistakes they made in their lives. The goals…
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Program for Homeless Alcoholics
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A program for homeless alcoholics Name Institutional affiliation Tutor Date A program for homeless alcoholics Introduction The drug addicts who are homeless suffering from an ailment which there is no recognized cure, over and over again generate their personal predicaments.… One of the challenges the alcoholics face in the rehabilitation program is dealing…
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Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Reaction Paper
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This paper may serve as the finest example of Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Reaction Paper. In this discussion, author shares my experience about my attendance to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. To be honest, I was very anxious before I entered into the venue since this was my first time (Spencer, 2013).… The meeting began with the leader explaining that there…
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Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting Experience Paper
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I attended the Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting last January 26, 2007 at 3217 Winona Avenue, Burbank, CA. It was a Friday and people started to come in the room at around 7pm. I came at 6:45 to make sure I was on time. I also came on time so that I could get to see how people came in.… It was on the latter end of the session when Ms Jenny linked the reading to…
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Personal Experience at Alcoholics Anonumous
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Some of the group participants were noticeably concerned that the researcher was present, however the group leader informed the attendees… This was accomplished by having the attendees share their unique stories about how alcoholism had affected their lives, opening the door for other group participants to offer either condolences or shared sympathy.…
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Alcoholics Anonymous. What Kinds Of Psychological Transformation AA Members Undergo
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Alcoholics Anonymous was founded by a formerly promising stockbroker named Bill Wilson. He was an alcoholic who kept on relapsing until he turned himself over to a “higher power”.… Alcoholics Anonymous was established over a half century ago. Yet people are still trying to figure out how it works. There is no doubt that Alcoholics Anonymous is a successful…
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Alcoholics anonymous meetings as a condition of probation for drunk driving
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Alcoholics Anonymous is an international movement that was developed in 1935 as a condition for drank driving probation. AA aims to make drunk drivers to stop driving; thus receives spiritual revelation. AA is a situation of trial that presents conflicts amid the First Amendment and individual freedom rights.… In case the defendant violates probation, a one…
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Can a judge order a convicted drunk driver to attend weekly Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings over the course of one year as a condition of probation for drunk driving
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Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international movement that was developed in 1935 as a condition for drank driving probation. AA aims to make drunk drivers to stop driving; thus receives spiritual revelation. AA is a situation of trial that presents conflicts amid the First Amendment and individual freedom rights.… In case the defendant violates probation, a…
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AA meeting
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The founders are Dr. Bob Smith and Mr. Bill Wilson (Wilcox, 1998). The organization was initially based in Akron, Ohio. The main purpose of AA entails staying sober and assist alcoholics achieve… The twelve traditions also explain that representatives of AA must avoid coercive hierarchies or dogmas (Bill, 2002). AA, however, holds no authority on medical…
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Substance Abuse
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An open meeting, the Manhattan District 203 Meeting, was scheduled at Manhattan last May 2, 2012 at 7:00 pm where, as the term indicates, was open to alcoholics and their families and to anyone interested in solving a personal drinking problem or helping someone else to solve… Through the journaling technique, I took down relevant notes on shared information…
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The Effects Of Alcohol
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The paper "The Effects Of Alcohol" discusses alcoholism, which can simply be defined as a physical reliance or addiction of a person to alcohol, is quite a common phenomenon almost throughout the world. There is a great amount of literature and help available to deal with their addiction.… Even if the alcoholic is not verbally abusive, the fact that a…
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Alcohole abuse
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H is a 79-year-old white widowed male was admitted to the medical service due to complaints of dizziness and weakness, with his blood pressure on entry was 220/110 mm Hg, pulse, 112 bpm, and blood glucose level, 355 mg/dL. On examination several bruises were found on his… In this paper we research the alcoholism problem, behavior of alcoholics and concepts…
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Alcoholism and its Effects on Society
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All throughout history Alcohol has been used for various purposes. It has been utilized as anesthetic, social situations and stimulant. However its use becomes a problem when one becomes alcohol dependent or suffers from alcohol abuse. As per the Medical Encyclopedia alcoholism is such an illness that is marked by consuming alcoholic beverages at a level that interferes with the mental health, physical health, social, occupational, and family responsibilities.…
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Its an Argument-Source Paper on American Social Problems... My topic is Alcoholism
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Alcoholism does not only affect the individual, but also their families and the entire society in adverse ways. The past and the present generations have… It is not only the media to blame for the radical directional change; the government has contributed to this course overwhelmingly by failing to enact stiffer laws to control alcohol consumption. By failing…
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Alcoholism Master Essay
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From the time alcoholism became tagged as a health menace as far back as the 18th century, there has never been a consensus as to what the proper treatment methodology should be used to make alcoholics kick the habit. The perennial debate boils down to the basic issue: Is alcoholism a biological disease or just a character or behavioral flaw Only when this issue is resolved once and for all can the world determine with finality where to bring alcoholic patients for treatment and rehabilitation.…
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Group Counseling Observation
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I chose to attend an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, on the night I went however, It was a double meeting. The first meeting was the actual meeting and the second part was anniversary celebrations. I was very nervous about attending it because I did not know what to expect.… His name is "PB". "PB" is the husband of my supervisor and he was more than willing to…
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Drugs and Alcohol a Social Problem
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The cost, as well as the consequences of the drug dependence and alcoholism, presents a huge burden to the American society. Kendall… The acute drinkers have trouble in controlling the use of alcohol while the chronic alcoholics cannot regulate their drinking habits. Fundamentally, the detrimental effects of alcohol and drugs use not only affect the drunkard…
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Psychological And Medical Aspects of Habitual Drinking
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In the paper “Psychological And Medical Aspects of Habitual Drinking” the author analyzes the disease concept of alcoholism of behavioral and social scientists. If alcoholism is a biological disease, there can be no doubt that the problem is the exclusive domain of physicians. … In this clash of ideas, the disease concept of alcoholism…
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Alcohol Addiction in Japan
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In this particular study, there are several things to discuss regarding alcohol and addiction in Japan. Some of the most pressing topics that will be elaborated are related to the increase of the number of alcoholics in the country, the postulated and/or determined causes of the rate increase, and some of the demographics involved in relation to the alcoholism problem in the country. …
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Central Nervous System Depressent Drugs
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The abuse of CNS depressant occurs as the user is chasing the cure that they sought with the drug while believing them to be safe as they are the result of a legally obtained prescription.… When alcohol is combined with CNS drugs the result can be devastating and as people who use CNS depressants often self-medicate with alcohol, the result can be harsh on the…
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Liver Transplants for Alcoholic Patients: Should they be placed on the Waiting List for an Organ
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Simply speaking, a liver transplant tends to be a surgical procedure that is carried on the patients suffering from liver ailments, so as to save their life. Liver transplant involves the replacement of a diseased or malfunctioning liver with a healthy liver or a segment of the donated healthy liver.… The second group of liver donors happens to be individuals…
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Modified literature Review
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According to the Statistics Bureau of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan’s population in 2010 was 128 million (128,056,026). Since Japan is collecting census only every five years, an estimated population 127 million (127,760,000) with a decrease… ealth, Labor and Welfare estimated that there are roughly 800,000 alcoholics in the…
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