Substance Drug Abuse and Assessment

It further elaborates the strengths and weaknesses of the assessment tools.
&nbsp.According to the study of Banerjee and Huband (2009), assessment personality disorder plays a significant role to assess the condition of the patient, as these conditions significantly impact on the functioning in all areas of life. Similarly, there are several assessments suggested. Lima and Kaboski (2005) in their study highlight that assessment personality disorder (MMPI-2) is efficient and reliable means to determine psychiatric and medical needs of the patient. According to Rouse, Butcher, and Miller (1999), ‘Substance abuse is a significant problem that affected about 18 percent of the adult in the life history. The study illustrates that the early diagnose of the substance abuse can be an effective method to assess the problems. Solowij and Babor (2002) highlight the impacts of cannabis on the mental and physical aspects of the patient and the obstacle patient suffer in the treatment. Tyrer and Inbahimi (2007) elaborate the critical development of the assessment to determine and evaluate the condition of the patient suffering from personality disorder.
&nbsp.The widespread of the increasing usage of drugs has resulted from severe health issues. One of the major effects of the substance abuse is its impact on the cognitive abilities of individuals. Substance abuse is one menace that should be controlled at any cost. Its effects cannot only be felt in the body, but its effects can also be measured in families, friends and to an extent on society, as well. Substance abuse is considered to be a public health issue because of its rippling effects on the society.