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Was können wir aus Langzeitstudien über Rückfall und Rückfallprophylaxe bei Drogen- und Alkoholabhängigen lernen?

  • G. E. Vaillant
Part of the Suchtproblematik book series (SUCHT)

Zusammenfassung

Suchtkrankheiten und ihre Behandlung stellen eine beunruhigende Herausforderung an die moderne Gesellschaft dar. Trotz jahrzehntelanger Forschung scheint die Wirksamkeit von Maßnahmen zur Rückfallprävention umstritten. Ein Beispiel: Zur gleichen Zeit, als in einer großangelegten amerikanischen Studie versichert wurde, daß die öffentlich finanzierten Behandlungszentren für Alkoholabhängige immerhin bei 67% ihrer Patienten eine Besserung erzielen (Armor et al. 1978), resümierte ein anderer bekannter amerikanischer Experte in einem Editorial, es habe in der Rückfallprophylaxe in den letzten 25 Jahren keinerlei Fortschritte gegeben (Gordis 1976).

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