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Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Marjorie Droppa

Health Science Department, Mailstop 2903 229 Main Street, Keene State College, Keene NH 03435-2903, USA


Marjorie  Droppa works in Health Science Department of  Keene State College in Keene. The research Intrerests of Marjories are addictive medicine, Public health and etc. The articles publihsed by Marjorie are "Integrated STEM learning within health science, mathematics and computer science"," Appreciative inquiry: An innovative new strategy to decrease prescription drug abuse on a college campus" and etc.          

Appreciative Inquiry: An Innovative New Strategy to Decrease Prescription Drug Abuse on a College Campus

Introduction: This article explores the use of an innovative research tool called Appreciative Inquiry (AI) as a new method of inquiry to help devise prevention strategies to decrease the non-medical use of prescription drugs by college students. In 2011, 1.7 million college-age adults age 18 to 25 used prescription drugs for non-medical purposes, ... Read More»

Jeanelle Boyer, Marjorie Droppa, John Finneran, Margaret Smith and Amanda Bernius

Research Article: J Addict Res Ther 2014, 5:195

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.1000195

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