Adverse Childhood Experiences and Binge Drinking: Implications for Pediatric Patients and Their Families

Track: 30 Minute Podium

Session Number: 305B
Date: Fri, Apr 6th, 2018
Time: 11:40 AM - 12:10 PM

Description:

Literature References
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Session Type: Research

Session Description: Binge drinking is a major health problem that is associated with an increased risk of multiple health problems. This research demonstrates that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are predictive of later binge drinking and binge drinking frequency in adulthood. Implications for pediatric nurses are provided.
Primary Presenter Bio: Ann Hoffman is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing at The Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville Maryland, where she instructs undergraduates on pediatric nursing and the professional role of nurses. Ann earned her DNP at The George Washington University, where her research focused on children’s health and the negative impact of adverse childhood experiences on later binge drinking as adults.

Primary Presenter Institution: University of Maryland School of Nursing
Session Type: Research

Session Description: Binge drinking is a major health problem that is associated with an increased risk of multiple health problems. This research demonstrates that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are predictive of later binge drinking and binge drinking frequency in adulthood. Implications for pediatric nurses are provided.
Primary Presenter Bio: Ann Hoffman is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing at The Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville Maryland, where she instructs undergraduates on pediatric nursing and the professional role of nurses. Ann earned her DNP at The George Washington University, where her research focused on children’s health and the negative impact of adverse childhood experiences on later binge drinking as adults.

Primary Presenter Institution: University of Maryland School of Nursing