A STUDY OF DRUGS USE AWARENESS AMONG STUDENTS IN KENYA
Keywords:Substance Use, Medical, Students, Health Literacy, Mental Health, Kenya
The study aims to assess the substance use related literacy among the medical students in government based medical college in the Nairobi, Kenya. The methodology of the study was cross sectional based on survey method. Result states that majority of students reported there is presence of substance abusing youths are existed in their classrooms. Results also shows that there is low level of self-intake substance and increase assertiveness as found among medical students.
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