FACTORS AFFECTING THE USE OF ADDICTIVE SUBSTANCE IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS HEALTH SERVICES


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MİRALOĞLU M. , YÜZBAŞIOĞLU ARIYÜREK S. , ETİZ P. , BATUN A.

USCEK (Uluslararası Sağlık ve Çevre Kongesi 2017, Adana, Türkiye, 23 - 25 Ekim 2017, ss.1

  • Basıldığı Şehir: Adana
  • Basıldığı Ülke: Türkiye
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.1

Özet

FACTORS AFFECTING THE USE OF ADDICTIVE SUBSTANCE IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS HEALTH SERVICES

Meral Miraloğlu, Sedefgül Yüzbaşıoğlu Arıyürek,  Pınar Etiz, Azize Batun

 Cukurova University ,Vocational School of Health Services, Adana

Background: It was planned to learn the situation of high school students about the frequency of smoking, alcohol and substance use and to establish a program to combat smoking and other substances according to the results obtained.

Matherial and Methods:The study included 174 students who also read the Medical Documentation and Secretariat program and agree to participate in our survey. The questionnaire consisted of 28 questions.

Results: Of the 174 students who participated in the survey.149 were not working, 15 were working full time and 10 were working half a day. These   students 92 were succesfull,55 were moderate 9 were good, while only 18 as very weak.  34 students were smoked 129 did not drink and 11 said they quit. 28 students using drugs at least once in their lives was  while the number of students who did not use drugs was 146. Of the students, 152 were from Adana,  22 were from outside.

Conclusions: Smoking, alcohol and substance abuse is a problem in students who come to study outside of Adana. The reason why the literacy rate in the families migrating from East and Southeast Anatolia to Adana is extremely low; Because of terrorism is not considered to be sent to the school. Due to the legal regulations and sanctions related to smoking in Turkey, there has been a serious decrease in the rate of smoking especially in universities. These results also showed us that has reached the purpose of legal regulations in order to protect public health.

Key words: Smoking, Alcohol, Substance Abuse