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Data, Outcomes, and Quality (DOQ)

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      • A
        •Adderall®
        •Adolescents
        •ADHD Stimulant Medications
        •ADSS (Alcohol & Drug Services Study)
        •Adults
        •Adverse Reactions
        •Alcohol
        •Alcohol dependence
        •Alcohol problems
        •Alcohol treatment
        •Amphetamines
        •Analgesics
        B
        •Benzodiazepines
        •Binge drinking
        •Buprenorphine
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      • C
        •Children and families
        •Church/Faith-based activities
        •Cigarettes, Cigars (see tobacco)
        •Cities / urban areas
        •Cocaine/crack cocaine
        •Comorbidity/Co-occurring disorders
        •Costs of treatment
        •Cough medicine
        •Criminal justice system
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      • D
        •DASIS (Drug Abuse Services Information System)
        •DAWN (Drug Abuse Warning Network)
        •Depression
        •Detox/Detoxification
        •Dextromethorphan®
        • Driving under the Influence; Driving While Intoxicated (DUI/DWI)
        •Drug Services Research Survey (DSRS)
        •Drugs
        •Drug Dependence
        •Drug Problems
        •Drug Treatment
        •Drug brand / generic names
        •Drug names: Pronunciation
        •Drug Services Research Survey
        •DSRS (Drug Services Research Survey)
        •DUI/DWI
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      • E
        •Ecstasy (MDMA)
        •Elderly/Older adults
        •Emergency Department visits
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        •Females
        •Flunitrazapam (see sedatives)
        G
        •Gender
        •GHB (Gamma Hydroxy Butyrate)
        •Generic/brand drug names
        H
        •Hallucinogens
        •Hashish
        (see Marijuana)
        •Health insurance
        •Heavy drinking
        •Heroin
        •Hydrocodone
        (see analgesics)
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        •Inhalants
        •Inhalation drug use
        •Inpatient treatment
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        •Ketamine
        L
        •LAAM
        •Licensing regulations and drinking
        •LSD
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      • M
        •Marijuana
        /hashish
        •MDMA (Ecstasy)
        •Mental health
        •Methadone
        •Methamphetamine
        N
        •Nicotine
        •Nonmedical use of prescription drugs
        •Non response report
        •NSDUH/NHSDA
        •N-SSATS
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      • O
        •Older Adults
        •Opiates
        •Outpatient treatment
        •Over-the-Counter drugs
        •Oxycodone
        •Oxycontin®
        P
        •Pain relievers
        •PCP
        •Perceived Risk
        •Peyote
        •Pregnant/recent mothers
        •Prescription drugs
        Q

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        •Regions
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        •Ritalin®
        •Rohypnol ®
        •Rural/urban areas
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      • S
        •Salvia divinorum
        (see hallucinogens)
        •Sedatives
        •Special studies
        •Specific drugs
        •Speed/Amphetamine
        •SROS (Services Research Outcome Study)
        •State data
        •Stimulants
        •Substance Use
        •Sub State data
        •Suicide
        •Support
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        •TEDS
        • Tobacco (Cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco)
        •Tranquilizers
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        •Veterans
        •Violence
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        •Women
        X
        •XTC
        (see Ecstasy/MDMA)
        Y
        •Young Adults (18-25 years of age)
        •Youth (under 17 years of age)
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