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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.5.2004.tde-24012007-182400
Document
Author
Full name
Vladimir de Andrade Stempliuk
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2004
Supervisor
Committee
Andrade, Arthur Guerra de (President)
Dea, Hilda Regina Ferreira Dalla
Fonseca, Rosa Maria Godoy Serpa da
Paiva, Vera Silvia Facciolla
Scivoletto, Sandra
Title in Portuguese
Uso de drogas entre alunos da Universidade de São Paulo: 1996 versus 2001
Keywords in Portuguese
Estudantes universitários
Estudos transversais
Prevalência
Uso de drogas
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa apresenta os dados sobre o uso de drogas legais e ilegais pelos alunos de graduação da USP - campus São Paulo - no ano de 2001 e os compara aos dados obtidos em 1996. 2837 estudantes responderam a um questionário anônimo e de auto-preenchimento que levantou o uso de drogas na vida, nos últimos 12 meses e nos últimos 30 dias. A comparação entre 1996 e 2001, mostrou que houve um aumento significativo de uso de álcool, tabaco, maconha, alucinógenos, anfetaminas, anti-colinérgicos, inalantes, barbitúricos e drogas ilegais. Estes dados reforçam a necessidade do desenvolvimento de atividades de prevenção do abuso e de redução dos danos decorrentes do uso destas substâncias.
Title in English
Drug use among University of São Paulo students: 1996 versus 2001
Keywords in English
Crossectional studies
Drug abuse
Prevalence
University studentes
Abstract in English
This dissertation presents data about drug use behaviors among undergraduate students from USP, Brazil, in 2001 and compares these data with the data obtained in 1996. 2837 students responded an anonymous and self-response questionnaire that obtained information about lifetime, past-12month and past-30day drug use prevalence. The comparison between the two surveys showed that the use of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, inhalants, hallucinogens, amphetamines, anticolinergics, barbiturates and illegal drugs increased significantly. These data reinforce the need of developing drug use and abuse prevention activities and harm reduction strategies.
 
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