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ALCOOL, DROGAS E VIOLENCIA DOMESTICA

ALCOOL, DROGAS E VIOLENCIA DOMESTICA

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São abordadas a prevalência do problema, conseqüências para as vítimas, modelos explicativos do fenômeno e alternativas de intervenção e tratamento.
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Heloisa Dantas
Columnista Experto de SIIC

Institución:
Universidade de São Paulo


Artículos publicados por Heloisa Dantas
Coautores
Mônica Zilberman* Arthur Andrade** 
Pós doutorado, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brasil*
Professor Titular, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brasil**
Recepción del artículo
27 de Marzo, 2007
Aprobación
11 de Abril, 2007
Primera edición
17 de Agosto, 2007
Segunda edición, ampliada y corregida
24 de Enero, 2008

Resumen
Este artigo (artículo) tem como objetivo revisar a literatura sobre a associação entre uso de substâncias psicoativas e a incidência de violência doméstica, especialmente a perpetrada contra as mulheres. São abordadas a prevalência do problema, conseqüências para as vítimas, modelos explicativos do fenômeno e alternativas de intervenção e tratamento. Espera-se contribuir (Se espera contribuir) com o debate sobre o tema para que profissionais da área da saúde possam lidar (manejar) com o assunto de forma eficaz.

Palabras clave
violência doméstica, alcoolismo, alcool e drogas, substâncias psicoativas, agressão, conflito familiar


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Abstract
This article reviews the literature about the association between the use of psychoactive substances and the incidence of domestic violence, specially the violence perpetrated against women. The following topics are considered: prevalence, consequences to the victims, models to explain the phenomenon, intervention, and treatment. This paper sheds light on the main issues related to the problem in such a way that health professionals should be able to identify and address its major consequences.

Key words
domestic violence, alcoholism, alcohol and drugs, psychoactive substances, aggression, family conflict


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Especialidades
Principal: Toxicología
Relacionadas: Atención Primaria, Epidemiología, Medicina Familiar, Medicina Interna, Medicina Legal, Salud Mental



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Heloisa Dantas, Centro de Informações sobre Saúde e Álcool e Instituto de Psiquiatria do Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina, 01440-010, Rua do Rocio, 423, 12º andar, conj. 1209, São Paulo, Brasil
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