Case study: Adolescent with a substance use disorder

Katelyn Dalina, Mary Elizabeth Katinas, Samar Mohsen Ashmawi, Donna Hallas

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Abstract

This chapter discusses the case study of adolescent with a substance use disorder. Confidentiality is defined as an agreement between patient and provider that information discussed during the encounter will not be shared with other parties without patient permission. A confidentiality statement must be provided to adolescents at every healthcare visit. The confidentiality statement assures adolescents that information provided to the pediatric primary care provider (P-PCP) during the office visit is a standard of care that supports full disclosure and trust between the adolescent and the P-PCP, without punitive consequences for the adolescent. P-PCPs must be knowledgeable about the laws in the state in which they practice to provide accurate information to the adolescents with admitted substance use problems. The key to intercepting these behaviors is effective office-based screenings and an immediate intervention with prompt referral to treatment and interprofessional collaborative initiatives at the national, state, and local community levels.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationBehavioral Pediatric Healthcare for Nurse Practitioners
Subtitle of host publicationA Growth and Developmental Approach to Intercepting Abnormal Behaviors
PublisherSpringer Publishing Company
Pages375-386
Number of pages12
ISBN (Electronic)9780826116819
ISBN (Print)9780826118677
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2018

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Substance-Related Disorders
Confidentiality
Primary Health Care
Pediatrics
Office Visits
Disclosure
Standard of Care
Referral and Consultation
Delivery of Health Care

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Nursing(all)

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Dalina, K., Katinas, M. E., Ashmawi, S. M., & Hallas, D. (2018). Case study: Adolescent with a substance use disorder. In Behavioral Pediatric Healthcare for Nurse Practitioners: A Growth and Developmental Approach to Intercepting Abnormal Behaviors (pp. 375-386). Springer Publishing Company. https://doi.org/10.1891/9780826116819.0028

Case study : Adolescent with a substance use disorder. / Dalina, Katelyn; Katinas, Mary Elizabeth; Ashmawi, Samar Mohsen; Hallas, Donna.

Behavioral Pediatric Healthcare for Nurse Practitioners: A Growth and Developmental Approach to Intercepting Abnormal Behaviors. Springer Publishing Company, 2018. p. 375-386.

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Dalina, K, Katinas, ME, Ashmawi, SM & Hallas, D 2018, Case study: Adolescent with a substance use disorder. in Behavioral Pediatric Healthcare for Nurse Practitioners: A Growth and Developmental Approach to Intercepting Abnormal Behaviors. Springer Publishing Company, pp. 375-386. https://doi.org/10.1891/9780826116819.0028
Dalina K, Katinas ME, Ashmawi SM, Hallas D. Case study: Adolescent with a substance use disorder. In Behavioral Pediatric Healthcare for Nurse Practitioners: A Growth and Developmental Approach to Intercepting Abnormal Behaviors. Springer Publishing Company. 2018. p. 375-386 https://doi.org/10.1891/9780826116819.0028
Dalina, Katelyn ; Katinas, Mary Elizabeth ; Ashmawi, Samar Mohsen ; Hallas, Donna. / Case study : Adolescent with a substance use disorder. Behavioral Pediatric Healthcare for Nurse Practitioners: A Growth and Developmental Approach to Intercepting Abnormal Behaviors. Springer Publishing Company, 2018. pp. 375-386
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