Alcohol, Drugs, and Driving
Study in an area of Health Science beyond that provided in other courses. May be repeated as topics change. Prerequisite: Varies with topic. Fall, Spring.
Faculty: Mary Dube
Times: 9:00AM‑4:00PM (S)
Start/End Date: 01/27/18 - 04/21/18
Instruction Method: Blended - Partially Online
Comments: This course is a study of the signs and symptoms of chemicaldependency, alcoholism, and drug addiction. Examines the effectsof chemical dependency on the body, family, and driving skills.Covers the pharmacology of alcohol and mind-altering drugs,treatment, treatment resources, and prevention.Note: Course is taught partially on-line. Saturday classes willmeet in-person at the Ammon Center in Manchester, NH. Additionalassignments will be required between in-person meetings.Credits: 3Instructor: Mary DubeSchedule:Saturday Jan. 27 9 AM - 4 PMSaturday Feb. 10 9 AM - 4 PMSaturday March 17 9 AM - 4 PMSaturday March 31 9 AM - 4 PMSaturday April 21 9 AM - 4 PM
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