Substance abuse in adolescents before admission to Peruvian juvenile detention centers: results from a national census in Peru, 2016 - Vargas-Fern ández R, Rojas-Roque C, Santero M, Runzer-Colmenares FM, Figueroa W.

OBJECTIVEs To estimate the prevalence of drug use before admission to juvenile detention centers (JDC) in Peru and determine individual, family and social influences on behavior. METHODS A cross-sectional analysis was performed using data from the ...
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