Registered Nurse's Role for Child and Teen Alcohol Consumption in Community

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พัชรี ใจการุณ ใจการุณ ปรางทิพย์ ทาสะเนาะเอลเธอร์


Child and teen alcohol consumption in Thailand presently is a vital problem. Problem impacts include financial, educational, physical, psychological, behavioral, family, and social aspects. The factors for alcohol consumption involve personal, family, friend, society, culture, mass communication, and information technology issues. Therefore, child and teen alcohol consumption is a continuous concern in Thailand. Registered nurses are members of a health team, who have important roles in caring, screening, caring at hospital or emergency room and treating children and teens for alcohol abuse. In addition registered nurses conduct research to decrease or prevent child and teen alcohol consumption


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