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Title: The Role of Occupational Performance in Prediction of Drug and Alcohol Abstinence in a Substance Abuse Population
Authors: Wendt, Phillip

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Keywords: Substance abuse
Prediction
Activities of daily living
Issue Date: 2005
Abstract: CLINICAL BOTTOM LINE: There is some low level evidence that suggests aspects of occupational performance are predictive of abstinence from drugs. However, more rigorous research must be done before a direct link can be said to exist between occupational performance and abstinence from drugs.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/215
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