8. Interventions and legislation to reduce addictive behaviour



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8. Interventions and legislation to reduce addictive behaviour

  • BATs
  • AO1 – Describe psychological and biological interventions for addictive behaviour (D)
  • Describe the role of public health interventions and legislation in reducing addictive behaviours (C)
  • AO2/3 - Evaluate the effectiveness of psychological and biological interventions (C/A)
  • http://smokefree.nhs.uk/what-suits-me/
  • http://smokefree.nhs.uk/real-life-quitters/beverley-and-alisha/
  • Synoptic points – Intervention bias, real world application (telephone quitline for troops)
  • Homework – Plan a timed essay for next week – p253 no14.8 q 3a and b

What do you know?

  • Describe what you know about the Addiction topic in 5 bullet points

Interventions to Reduce Addictive Behaviour

  • Using what you have previously learnt about addiction, briefly (5 mins max) discuss in pairs/small groups possible interventions for reducing addictive behaviour.
  • Drugs – patches e.t.c
  • CBT –
  • Group Therapy - Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Public Health interventions
  • Changes in legislation

Clips

  • http://smokefree.nhs.uk/what-suits-me/
  • http://smokefree.nhs.uk/real-life-quitters/beverley-and-alisha/
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfaFGKFOlYo methadone – how it works e.t.c

Over to you ..

  • Complete a summary sheet for Interventions as you go along

Plenary

  • Write a conclusion about the effectiveness of interventions
  • Is there one method that is better than the rest?
  • Suggest an effective regime (the Smokefree website is very helpful!)
  • Homework – Plan a timed essay for next week – p253 no14.8 q 3a and b
  • Collect data for Content analysis next week – see worksheets to help you



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