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Título: Tabaco, alcohol y otras drogas en estudiantes de 2º y 4º de ESO en las poblaciones de Alcora y Benicasim (Castellón).
Autores: Castel Monserrate, Sonia
Pérez Seva, Julia
Anarte Ruiz, Carmen
Masoliver Forés, Angel
Lázaro Escrig, Olga
Sanjuan Moreno, Consuelo
Palabras Claves: Estudio descriptivo
Adolescentes
Tabaco
Actitudes y prácticas en salud
Benicassim
Alcora
Alcohol
Estudiantes
Fecha Edición: 17-Ago-2020
Editor: SEAPA
Cita Bibliográfica: Castel Monserrate S, Perez Seva J, Anarte Ruíz C, Masoliver Forés A, Lázaro Escrig O, Sanjuan Moreno C. Tabaco, alcohol y otras drogas en estudiantes de 2º y 4º de ESO en las poblaciones de Alcora y Benicasim (Castellón). RqR Enfermería Comunitaria (Revista de SEAPA). 2020 Agosto; 8 (3): 39-48.
Resumen: Objective: the main objective is to study the profile of the 2nd and 4th grade student’s profile that/which belongs to Alcora and Benicassim regarding the tobacco and alcohol consumption. Methodology: We have carried out a descriptive, observational and cross-sectional study. For that, we use the validated questionnaire of the Substance Abuse Prevention Program at School (PASE). Moreover, 235 individuals were included. Results: Once finished the study, we observed that 18.7% of students are smokers, 37.0% prefer having tried it and 22.6% of friends have this same habit. What is more, 52.8% of students consume alcohol and 71.5% prefer having consumed it. As far as drugs are concerned, 40.0% confirm they know places where they are sold and 19.6% have friends who have tried them. The highest the school year is, the highest the consumption of tobacco and alcohol are. Also, there are more friends who smoke and have tried other types of drugs (p = 0.000). There are significant differences between the non-performance of extracurricular activities and the tobacco consumption. The consumption of tobacco and alcohol are closely related and the knowledge of the alcohol shows greater deficiency. Conclusions: The prevalence of alcohol consumption is higher than the consumption of tobacco. The knowledge about alcohol is very poor. Smoking and alcohol consumption are closely related. Friends attitude towards tobacco influences students behavior. Knowing places where drugs are sold is influenced by being a smoker and with the consumer age. There is an inversely proportional relationship between smoking and extracurricular activities.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/13230
ISSN: 2254-8270
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