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VILARDELL BALASCH, Marta  e  GRUPO DE INVESTIGACION BALEAR DE ENFERMERIA EN DROGODEPENDENCIAS (GIBED) et al. Health care on drug use in economic crisis context. Index Enferm [online]. 2015, vol.24, n.1-2, pp.54-58. ISSN 1699-5988.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4321/S1132-12962015000100012.

The aim of this article is to describe how the economic crisis influences on various aspects related to drugs use. The current crisis there has been a change in the trend of consumption. Similarly there is an increase of incidence of mental disorders. It has been shown that attitudes, perceptions and knowledge of nurses have an impact on the quality of the care of these drug-dependent. These attitudes may be changed or influenced by factors, personal and environment. It should be noted that most authors believe that the undergraduate and postgraduate training and knowledge or practical experience are an important aspect to modify the attitudes of health personnel. The cuts will also have an impact on the training and research of health care professionals, influencing in turn the quality of care provided.

Palavras-chave : Drug Users; Substance-Related Disorders; Nursing Care; Delivery of Health Care; Economic Recession.

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