of Toronto, compile 33 essays that explore the policy, practice, and evidence base of harm reduction in substance use and high-risk behavior.
What does HRB stand for?
HRB stands for High-Risk Behavior
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We have 48 other meanings of HRB in our Acronym Attic
- Handelsregister Abteilung B (German: Commercial Division B; Germany)
- Harbin, China (Airport Code)
- Hardstyle Republic Brisbane (band)
- Heat Recovery Boiler
- Hebraic Roots Bible
- Henry Russell Bruce (advertising agency; Iowa)
- Heuristic Register Bound
- High Rise Building
- High Risk Borrower
- High-Readiness Brigade (UN)
- Highways Research Board (UK)
- Historic Review Board (various locations)
- Hot-Rolled Band (metal product)
- Housing Revenue Bond (various organizations)
- Human Resources Boosters
- Human Resources Branch (Canada)
- Human Rights Bibliography
- Human Rights Bureau (Montana DOL&I)
- Humanities Research Board (UK)
- Rockwell Hardness B Scale (also seen as Hardness Rockwell B)
Samples in periodicals archive:
We know high-risk behaviors are common in this age group," Dr.
The study results suggest that youth might initiate drinking with sweeter, more-flavored alcoholic beverages like malt beverages and wine coolers, and that they progress toward harder alcoholic drinks, like beer and hard liquor - and the high-risk behavior," he said.
The current survey of 276 community mental health clients diagnosed with either a schizophrenia spectrum disorder or a major mood disorder examined the mediating role of lifetime high-risk behaviors with regard to lifetime traumatic events and PTSD symptom severity measured by the PTSD Symptom Scale-Interview version.
Those high-risk behaviors include unprotected paid sex, the sharing of contaminated needles by injection drug users and unprotected sex between men who have sex with men.
Psychiatric Comorbidity and High-Risk Behaviors comprehensively discusses the magnitude, etiology, and characteristics of problems and substance abuse disorders, and explains ways to assess, treat, and develop services for adolescents.