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Case Study: Illicit Substances.

Case Study: Illicit Substances.

Case Study: Illicit Substances.


Since most teens are buying these products, the prices should increase so that it will reduce the number of buyers.According to heart.org, increasing the price and prevent them from smoking since they are concerned about the prices.

1. Because these are more focused on the younger audience, the marketing should ban their products toward young people.

D. Possible Outcomes and Plan for Resolving the Issue (Vincent)

1. One of the outcomes Doughlass & Solecki (2017) mention is a suggestion that parents can get educated themselves and then educate their children on the harms and risks associated to e-cigarette use or other nicotine products as well as illicit substances. Parents/guardians should abide a tobacco-free model to their children and have open discussions with them about the harms of smoking.

Marcia Stapleton    4 posts   Re: Topic 1 DQ 2  Another “cultural” type barrier to EBP in clinical settings is our preference for humans  as our information source. When working in a clinical setting and there are more experienced nurses around us, most nurses default to asking the more experience nurse what to do in a clinical situation.  The more experienced nurse might have experience with the situation, but is it evidence-based?  Even when textual information was accessible in a clinical situation, it was shown that nurses preferred other nurses as a resource over the textual resource (Thompson, 2004).  This is seen over and over in the patient care setting.  When we are wondering how to deal with a situation, we just ask a nurse we think has dealt with the situation, and consider them the expert or the evidence-based research.  As a clinical nurse leader, I field many questions each day.  In order to move towards an evidence based practice, I must direct the nursing staff to the research related to the question.  Reference:  Thompson, C. (2004). Nurses, information use, and clinical decision making–the real world potential for  evidence-based decisions in nursing. Evidence-Based Nursing. Retrieved from  https://ebn.bmj.com/content/7/3/68.PLEASE WORK ON THIS AND PROVIDE INTEX CITATION AND APA RERENCE MUST INCLUDE DOI OR RETRIEVED FROM