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Alcohol Education: Safety Skills Training Program


      

Contact Information:
UW-Stout Counseling Center 410 Bowman Hall Menomonie, WI 54751 715-232-2468 www.uwstout.edu/aod
September 2009

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Alcohol Education: Safety Skills Training Program
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Name Tags Client Information Form (salmon) Jot Down Instructor’s Names Authorization to Release (gray) Course Fee $80 or $90

2

Authorization to Release Information
(gray form)
1. Fill in your name & birth date 2. Check - “To release to” 3. Write class date in - “Dates of Service” 4. Individual - fill in only if compliance is not going to court 5. Office/Agency – courts (Dunn / Eau Claire) 6. Address – fill in court address 7. Specific Information to be released by UCC – check compliance form 8. 9. Sign & Date at bottom

3

ROI – Court Addresses

Dunn County

615 Stokke Pwy. Menomonie, WI 54751

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Eau Claire County

721 Oxford Ave. Eau Claire, WI 54703
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Welcome Page - 3

Introduction of Class

Class is provided as a service Confidentiality Guaranteed Confidentiality also Requested of Class
5

Program Philosophy

We don’t “diagnose” alcohol problems What you do with this information is up to you Help you avoid “negative” consequences
“Small adjustments in your drinking today can make a big difference in your future”

6

Class Guidelines

Page - 5

Attendance Required Missing & Rescheduling (232-2468) Participation

Bring Student Guides Join Discussions Complete paperwork & worksheets Food / Drinks / Tobacco / Cell Phones Breaks & Bathrooms

Deadlines for Completion
7

Student Introductions

Introduce Your Neighbor
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Name Major/Job Home Town Hobbies *Not how you got citations – we do that later

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CLICKER Instructions
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Commit to telling the TRUTH All answers are anonymous If you don’t feel comfortable telling the truth with the clickers…

… just play “air clicker” and don’t press a button!

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Channel Setting for your “Clicker”:
1. Press and release – GO or Ch (Bottom left button on clicker) 2. Enter 41 (Channel 41) 3. Press and release – Go or Ch  Do you have a green light?
9

1.Freshman 2.Sophomore 3.Junior 4.Senior 5.Non-student

Let’s Practice: What year in school are you?
4 7%

27 % 2 0%

7% 0%
0 of 30 15 of 30
1 2 3 4 5

Are you:
1.Male 2.Female
79%

21%

1

2

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What Brought You Here?
 

Help others avoid similar situations

Where were you? What were you doing? What did you learn from this experience?

12

Where were you when you got cited?
1.Residence Hall 2.Sidewalk/Stre et 3.House Party 4.Bar/Restauran t 5.In a vehicle 6.Other
29%

21%

21%

14%

14%

0%
1 2 3 4 5 6

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“How did you learn to drink?”
n

n

Who taught you how to drink?

n

n

What did they teach you?

14

Who taught you how to drink?
1.Parent 2.Relative 3.Friends 4.Sibling 5.Media 6.Other
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57%

21%

7%

7% 0%

7%

1

2

3

4

5

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Alcohol Education: “Safety Skills”

Student Guide – Preview

Pg 6 Consequences of Drinking Pg 13 Alcohol Content – of “Standard Drink” Pg 18 Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Pg 28 Hours to Zero BAC Pg 33 Hangovers: Tips on Treating & Avoiding

16

Section 1 - Alcohol Basics

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Affects on the Human Body Tolerance Calories Alcohol Content Labeling Standard Drink BAC
17

Effects of alcohol on the human body

18

Alcohol is digested.
1.True 2.False
31% 69%

1

2

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Alcohol Ingestion, Absorption and Elimination
Alcohol is absorbed, not digested!
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Elimination: Breath 5% Sweat 2% Liver 90 – 95%

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Effects of Alcohol on the Human Body
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Cerebrum-

(0.10%)

Judgment, Reason, Self Control
(0.25%)

Cerebellum Muscle Coordination, Equilibrium
(0.40%)
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 

Medulla –

Autonomic Nervous

Of the following, which part of the body is affected by alcohol first?
1.Brain 2.Sex organs 3.Eyes 4.Heart
69%

23% 8% 0%
1 2 3 4

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Effects of Alcohol on Human Body!
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The smallest muscles are affected first!
Eyes: Night blindness, Room Spins, Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus Ears: Signals to the brain – interference Smell: Don’t notice nasty smells Taste: Anesthetic effect on taste-buds
23

At what BAC do most people overdose/die?
1.0.10 2.0.20 3.0.30 4.0.40
0%
1.

57% 43%

0%
2. 3. 4.

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Effects of Alcohol on Central Nervous System
29
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Page -

Effects before “Tolerance” develops: BAC
0.02 to 0.06% BAC

Relaxation, sedation, euphoria

Performance impaired – drunk driving all states0.08 to 0.10% Stagger, sway, slurring words Confusion, falling, some pass out 0.15 to 0.20% 0.25 to 0.30%

Most pass out, some in coma, choke on vomit 0.35 to 0.40% Respiratory, circulatory failure, death 0.45 to 0.60%

25

Drug Actions & Interactions
Pages – 34-36
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Which “counter” & which “amplify” alcohol effects? *Central Nervous System Depressants *Cannabis *Central Nervous System Stimulants *Cocaine *Prescription and Over the Counter *Hallucinogens *Narcotics *Steroids
26

What percentage of Stout students consumed alcohol in the past 30 days?
1.50% 2.60% 3.70% 4.80% 5.90% 6.100%
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36% 36%

14%

7%

7%

0%
1 2 3 4 5 6

Drugs Currently Used UW-Stout Students Page - 37

Percent of Stout students that used these drugs within the last 30 days.

Alcohol Tobacco(smoke) Tobacco (chew) Marijuana Other Drugs

80.0% 24.0% 10.0% 13.0% 04.0%

From 2007 UW-Stout Student AOD Use Survey

28

Tolerance to alcohol is a benefit.
1.True 2.False
93%

7%

1

2

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Alcohol Tolerance
n

Learned and/or Inherited Not a Benefit BAC is the Same Damage Without Awareness

n n n

n
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The Biphasic Response & Tolerance

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Alcohol Consumption Page 

10 Calories in Alcoholic Beverages

A “food” without nutritional value Container sizes Plan your consumption Break old drinking patterns

Measure Intake

Moderation Guidelines

Alternatives to Overuse

32

You’re at a Mexican restaurant and order a 32 oz. “jumbo” margarita. How many calories did you just consume?

1.500 2.750 3.1000 4.1500 5.2200 6.3000
13 of 30

36%

21%

21%

14%

7%

0%
1 2 3 4 5 6

A “food” without nutritional value Page - 10

Calories in Beverages

Amount Calories Beers
Miller Light Budweiser 12.0 oz. 12.0 oz. 142 96



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Wines
Dessert (18.8% alcohol) 4.0 oz. 161

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Distilled Beverages
80 proof 1.0 oz. 97

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Proof and percent of alcohol are the same.
1.True 2.False
93%

7%

1

2

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Alcohol Beverage Labeling

Proof and Percent Premium Beer Labeling Warning Label

what does label say? what should it say? what government agency controls labeling? Do you believe alcohol advertising has an effect on you?

 
36

Which drink contains the most alcohol?
1.12 oz. can of beer 2.1 oz. whiskey (80 proof) 3.5 oz. wine 4.12 oz. wine cooler
14 of 30

64%

21% 7% 7%

1

2

3

4

Calculating Ethanol Content
Page - 13
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12 oz. of Bud X 4.8% Alcohol = .58 oz. Ethanol 1 oz. of Jack X 40% Alcohol = Ethanol .40 oz.

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12 oz. Cooler x 5% Alcohol = Ethanol

.60 oz.

n n

4 oz. of Wine X 12% Alcohol = .48 oz. Ethanol

38

Alcohol Content of Beers Page 11
    

Non-Alcoholic Beers
“less than 0.5 percent alcohol by volume.“ Guinness 4.3% - Bush 5.1% L.A. Beer 2.1% - Bud Light 4.2% Zima 4.7%

Premium Beers Light Beers

Malt Liquor Beers

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Wine, Liqueurs, Distilled Spirits
- 12
n n n n n n

Alcohol Content

Page

Wine CoolersWines-

4.2% to 6% ethanol

5.0% to 12% to 19%

Fortified Wines Malt Liquors Liqueurs Distilled Spirits

4.0% to 5.2% 17% to 50% 40% to 90%

40

Measuring a Standard Drink
Page - 13
  

“I only had one drink!”

41

Alcohol Beverage Container Contest

42

“A Standard Drink” Page - 13

“1/2 ounce of alcohol”

10 to 12 oz. Beer 10-12 oz. Wine Cooler 1 oz. 100 proof Liquor 1 ½ oz. 80 proof Liquor 4 to 5 oz. Wine
43

How many “standard drinks” in your favorite beverage?
Page - 13
n n n n n

Ounces of beverage Percent alcohol content Ounces of ethanol Multiply times 2 x Equals standard drinks

________ x_______ =______oz 2 =
drinks

44

How many “standard drinks” in a liter of 80 proof whiskey?

One liter= about 34 fluid ounces (shots)
34 ounces in liter
  

drink)

x 40 % alcohol = 13.6 oz of alcohol x 2 (each ½ oz = one 27.2 “standard drinks”
45

Do you consider yourself to be a… 1.Light drinker 2.Moderate drinker 3.Moderate/Hea vy drinker 4.Heavy drinker
14 of 30

43% 36%

21%

0%
1 2 3 4

How many drinks a week does a person drink in these categories?
n n n n

Light drinker Moderate drinker Moderate/Heavy drinker Heavy drinker

Now what do you consider yourself to be…
1.Light drinker 2.Moderate drinker 3.Moderate/Hea vy drinker 4.Heavy drinker
14 of 30

43% 36%

21%

0%
1 2 3 4

Monitoring Your Drinking
Drinking Log Exercise
Page - 15

Information to record:

Date Time – You begin each drink Drink Type – Beer, Mixed Drink, Etc. Ounces - Size of beverage How You Feel – Connect feelings to BAC

49

Average Weekly Alcohol Consumption Worksheet
Handout & Page -15

Worksheet Instructions
   

Name Male / Female Body Weight Date

 

Hour by hour & day by day

50

Average Weekly Alcohol Consumption
Each Hour Number/Type of Drinks Size of Drink n Hour 1 oz. n Hour 2 oz. n Hour 3 oz. n Hour 4 oz. n Hour 5 oz. n Hour 6 oz. n Hour 7 oz. n Hour 8 oz. n Hour 9 oz.  Totals- Hours_____ # Standard Drinks ________

51

Were you surprised by the number of standard drinks you consume each week?
57%

1.Yes 2.No

43%

1

2

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Average Weekly Alcohol Consumption UW-Stout Students - 2007

Average in “week”

10.70 drinks
Females = 6.8

Males = 14.6

Average during a “typical” social drinking occasion 7.0 drinks

Hours of consumption during a “typical” social drinking occasion 4.10 hours

53

Summary Data: Average Weekly Intake Form

Example of Summary Data:

Total drinks per week

NEEDED

# of drinking days

NEEDED

Peak BAC for week

NEEDED
54

Redefining your drinking:
(pass in weekly consumption worksheets)

1.Light drinker 2.Moderate drinker 3.Moderate/Hea vy drinker 4.Heavy drinker
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How Much Do U.S. Adults Drink?
Page - 16 D r in k s in Ave r a g e W e e k Don’t Drink 1 or 2 occasionally 1 drink per week 3 d r in k s 6 10 13 17 20 30 % of U.S. Ad ult s D r in k in g Th is Am ou n t or M or e … 32% 68 53 38 27 18 16 12 11 08

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Percent of Stout Students Drinking this Amount (or More) Page 17 D r in k s in Ave r a g e W e e k
Zero drinks, avg. week 1 or m ore per w eek 2 6 10 12 15 30 60

UW -St ou t 2 0 0 7 M en
15.5% 84.5 83.3 66.7 52.4 42.9 39.0 17.9 02.0

W om e n
22.5% 77.5 63.1 31.5 17.1 11.7 08.1 01.0 00.0

57

What state drinks the least amount of alcohol per capita?
1.Wisconsin 2.Alaska 3.Utah 4.Hawaii 5.Nevada 6.Oregon
14 of 30
50%

21% 14% 7% 0%
1 2 3 4 5 6

7%

Alcohol Consumption By State Per Capita Alcohol Consumption/Persons Age 14 & Older
Ra n k 1 2 3 4 5 10 15 20 25 50 St a t e Ga llon s, Pu r e Alcoh ol N e va d a 4 . 8 5 g a ls N e w H a m p sh ir e 4 .2 3 Ala sk a 3 .2 8 W iscon sin 2 .9 7 Flor id a 2 .9 1 H a w a ii 2 .7 6 N e w M e xico 2 .5 8 Sou t h Ca r olin a 2 .4 7 Or e g on 2 .4 2 Ut a h 1 .4 6

59

How Many Gallons?

   

Example
__22___ Standard Drinks Per Wk. x 52 _ Weeks = 1144 Drinks (half ounces) per yr. ÷ ounce 2 Two drinks to equal one

= 572 Total ounces of alcohol ÷ 128 Ounces in a gallon
60

= 4.46

Gallons of pure alcohol

How Many Gallons?

   

Your Numbers
______ Standard Drinks Per Wk. x 52 _ Weeks = ______ Drinks (half ounces) per yr. ÷ ounce 2 Two drinks to equal one

= ______ Total ounces of alcohol ÷ 128 Ounces in a gallon Gallons of pure alcohol
61

= _______

How Many 15 Gallon Kegs?

_____ Drinks per year

 

÷ 160 (12 oz. drinks per keg) = ____ 15 gallon kegs!!!!

 

n
62

How Much Money Spent on Alcohol?

____ Your Drinks Per Week x __52 Weeks = ____ Drink Drinks Per Year x $____ Estimated Cost Per =$____ Cost Per Year
63

How much did you spend on alcohol in the past year? 1.$0 2.$1-250 3.$251-500 4.$501-750 5.$751-1,000 6.$1,001-1,500 7.$1,501-plus
14 of 30
36%

29%

21%

7%

7%

0% 1 2 3 4 5 6

0% 7

Items you could have purchased:
n

HP - Pavilion Laptop $749.99 Canon - PowerShot 8.0MP Digital ELPH Camera $249.99 Microsoft - Xbox 360 Pro Console System $349.99 Spring Break Trip (7 Nights – Cancun Mexico) $1,489.00 UW-Stout Tuition (12 credits WI/MN resident) $3,033.60

n

n n n n n

Wisconsin’s OWI limit is 0.08% BAC.

1.True 2.False

100%

0%
1 2

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Introduction to Blood Alcohol Concentration
(BAC) Page - 29

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Wisconsin OWI BAC limit? Blackout BAC? Lethal BAC, where people die? Measuring BAC – Breath Test (Breathalyzer)

 

67

BAC Depends On: Page - 18
 

1. Number of Drinks 2. Hours of Drinking 3. Gender 4. Body Weight

68

BAC – Male and Female
n n

25% Difference in Body Water Content! 25% Difference in BAC!

n

n

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Approximate BAC For One Drink “Magic Number” Page - 19

Weight - 100 lbs.

120#

140#

160#

180#

200#

Male “BAC” .037% Female “BAC”.045%

.031% .026% .037% .035%

.023% .028%

.020% .018% .025% .022%

70

BAC Calculation Form –
cont.
Hours of Drinking Your BAC for one drink # of Drinks t his hour Est im at ed BAC for t his hour Ending BAC from previous hour Subt ot al BAC elim inat ion per hour Ending BAC t his hour 1 st Hr .037% x = 2 2 nd Hr .037% x 3 .111% 3 rd Hr .037% x = 1 .037% .153%

= .074% none + =

.074%= -.016% -.016% = = .058%

+ .058% .169%=

.190% -.016% .174%
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= .153%

BAC depends on all of the following except?
1.Gender 2.Weight 3.Height 4.Number of drinks 5.Time
0%
1

8 6%

7% 0%
2 3 4

7%

5

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The Quick BAC Calculation

Handout

“Magic Number” X Total # Drinks BAC .016 Oxidation X Total # Hours eliminated

= gross

 

= BAC

 

Gross BAC minus BAC eliminated = ending BAC
73

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Effects of Alcohol on Central Nervous System
29
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Page -

Effects before “Tolerance” develops: BAC
.02 to .06% BAC

Relaxation, sedation, euphoria

Performance impaired – drunk driving all states.08 to .10% Stagger, sway, slurring words Confusion, falling, some pass out .15 to .20% .25 to .30%

Most pass out, some in coma, choke on vomit .35 to .40% Respiratory, circulatory failure, death .45 to .60%

74

BAC & Number of Drinks

(Number of drinks it takes to reach different BACs in 4 hours.)

Male (180 lbs.)
 

Female (140 lbs.)
 

0.06% = drinks 0.08% = drinks 0.15% = drinks 0.30% = drinks 0.45% = drinks

6 7 9 18 26

0.06% = drinks 0.08% = drinks 0.15% = drinks 0.30% = drinks 0.45% = drinks

3 4 5 11 16
75

 

0.06% BAC = Bi-phasic 0.08% BAC = Drunk Driving

Note: Above effects

Summary Data: Average Weekly Intake Form

Example of Summary Data:

Total drinks per week

NEEDED

# of drinking days

NEEDED

Peak BAC for week

NEEDED
76

How Does Your BAC Compare?
Page - 24

n

My Peak BAC in average week = BAC

_____%

n

% reaching this peak or higher = _____% % whose BAC is less than mine = _____%

n n

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Hours to Zero BAC
n n
 

Ever wonder why you felt tried the day after a long night of drinking?

78

A person’s BAC is always back to zero after a good night’s rest.

1.True 2.False

100%

0%
1 2

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Hours to Zero BAC

Page - 28

# Drinks 10 hrs  9  8  7  6  5  4  3  2
 

Hours to Zero BAC for Women 28 hrs 23 hrs 20 hrs 17.5 hrs 16 hrs 14 hrs 12.5 26 21.5 18.5 16 23 19 16.5 14.5 20 17 14.5 12.5 17.5 14 12.5 11 14.5 12 10.5 9 12 9.5 8.5 7 7 5.5 9 7 6.5 5.5 5 4.5 6 5 4 3.5 3 3 3 hrs 2.5 hrs 2 hrs 14.5 13 11.5 13 11.5 10.5 11.5 10 9 9.5 8.5 7.5 8 7 6.5 5 4 2.5 2 hrs 1.5 hrs 1.5 hrs 1.5 hrs

1 lbs

100 lbs 120 lbs 140lbs 160 lbs 180 lbs 200 lbs 220 80 Body Weight – In Pounds

Planning your drinking

81

BAC Tables Pages 20-23
Males – pages 20-21 Females – pages 22-23

n

Steps to Calculate BAC using charts:
– Identify the length of time you were drinking & refer to matching table – Find you body weight across the top of the box & the number of drinks you consumed down the left – Where body weight & number of drinks intersect, you’ll find your approximate BAC for that

3 Hour BAC Table for Women
Page – 22-23

Body Weight
Drinks 100#
2 3 4 5 6 7

120#

140#

160#

180#

200#

220#

.042 BAC .026 .016 .008 .002 .000 .000 .087 .063 .048 .036 .027 .018 .012 .132 .100 .080 .064 .052 .040 .032 .177 .137 .112 .092 .077 .062 .052 .222 .174 .144 .120 .102 .084 .072 .267 .211 .176 .148 .127 .106 .092

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Setting Personal Drinking Limits
Pages – 31-32
         

BAC limit for “average day” BAC limit “maximum ever

__ BAC __ BAC

Maximum # drinks for an “average” drinking day ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ drinks in any one-hour episode drinks in any two-hour episode drinks in any three-hour episode drinks in any four-hour episode drinks in any five-hour episode drinks in any six-hour episode

n 84

Personal Agreement Card
Handout

   

My BAC Limit for an Average Day is _____ mg% BAC My Maximum Ever BAC Limit is _____ mg% BAC To help me stay within my chosen BAC limits, I have recorded the maximum number of "standard drinks" I will consume within a variety of time periods. Average Maximum Length of Limit Limit Time ___ drinks ___ drinks 1 hour ___ drinks ___ drinks 2 hours ___ drinks ___ drinks 3 hours ___ drinks ___ drinks 4 hours ___ drinks ___ drinks 5 hours ___ drinks ___ drinks 6 hours signature _______________________ 85

        

Drinking Log Cards
n

Used to chart your drinking if you choose to drink before next class. Otherwise – fill in according to the most you have ever had to drink on one occasion.

n

Consequences of Drinking Survey Form Page - 6

Consequences experienced in last year Confidential:  No names  Indicate “male” or “female”  Indicate with a checkmark

Hand in form to be tallied

How this class compares to Stout Students

87

Section 2 – AAP I
n n n n n n n

BAC Review Stages of Change Relaxation Drinking & the Law Bystander Intervention Moderation Skills Exam

Consequences of drinking

89

BAC Review Cards)
n

(Drinking Log

Calculate your BAC based on either your Drinking Log Card from past week, or the most you have ever drank during one drinking episode. Use “The Quick Calculation” or the BAC tables on pages 20-23 to calculate your BAC.

n

Quick BAC Calculation

Handout

“Magic Number"
Gross BAC

(page 19)

X Total # Drinks =

 

.016 Oxidation X Total # Hours eliminated

= BAC

  

Gross BAC - BAC eliminated = ending BAC

 
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Effects of Alcohol on Central Nervous System
29
 

Page -

Effects before “Tolerance” develops: BAC
.02 to .06% BAC

Relaxation, sedation, euphoria

Performance impaired – drunk driving all states.08 to .10% Stagger, sway, slurring words Confusion, falling, some pass out .15 to .20% .25 to .30%

Most pass out, some in coma, choke on vomit .35 to .40% Respiratory, circulatory failure, death .45 to .60%

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BAC Review
n

Were you surprised by your BAC? (Page 24) Did you stay with in your selected BAC on your Personal Agreement Card? Did you experience any negative consequences that could have been avoided by lowering your peak BAC?

n n

n n

To calculate BAC a person needs to know the following: number of drinks, time, weight, and gender.
100%

1.True 2.False

0%
1 2

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When BAC Goes Up….

     

.20% BAC .16 .12 .08 .04 _________________________ One Two Three Four Five Consequences
95

Consequences of Drinking Last Year (2007) Pg 6
   

Gen. Stout

Your Class

      

1. Performed poorly, test or project 30.0% ____ % 2. Missed a class 39.0 ____ 3. Dropped college course 02.0 ____ 4. Had a hangover 74.0 ____ 5. Gotten Nauseated or vomited 60.0 ____ 6. Had a memory loss (blackout) 44.0 ____ 7. Been hurt or injured 20.0 ____ 8. Damaged property, pulled fire alarm, etc 08.0 ____ 9. Gotten into an argument or fight 37.0 ____ 96 10. Did something you later regretted 43.0 ____

Consequences of Drinking Last Year continued(2007) Pg 6

____
 

11. Been criticized by someone you know

33.0 ____

12. Had unprotected sex 23.0 ____ 13. Experienced unwanted sexual contact 10.0

    

____
  

14. Pressured you; go further then wanted sexually 05.0 ____ 14a. If yes, both were under the influence 74.0 ____ 15. You pressured someone sexually 01.0 ____ 16. Thought; I might have drinking/drug problem 12.0 ____ 17. Tried unsuccessfully to stop using AOD 06.0 18. Seriously thought about suicide 19. Seriously tried to commit suicide 20. Driven while “under the influence” 04.0 ____ 01.0 ____ 33.0

____

21. Been arrested for driving under the influence 03.0 ____

What percentage of students that start college “ever” get a degree?

1.25% 2.35% 3.50% 4.75% 5.85%

3 6%

2 1% 1 4% 7%

21 %

1

2

3

4

5

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What is the difference in lifetime income?
(Average high school graduate vs. average college graduate)

1.$150,000 2.$250,000 3.$500,000 4.$750,000 5.$1,000,000 6.$1,500,000
0%
1

36%

21%

21%

14%

7%

2

3

4

5

6

14 of 30

What percentage of traffic deaths in Wisconsin involve at least one vehicle operator with a BAC of 0.08% or more?

1.15% 2.25% 3.35% 4.45% 5.55% 6.65%
0%
1

36%

29%

14%

14%

7%

2

3

4

5

6

14 of 30

Making Personal Changes
Page - 25

n
n

What if I decide to change my drinking (study, eating, exercise, etc.) patterns? What kinds of things should I consider as I plan to make personal changes? What steps have others taken when making personal change?
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n

n

Stages of Personal Change
- 30
No more problems

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Someone Suggests I should make a change.

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The Stages of Change
Prochaska & DiClemente 1984
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Precontemplation – you do not think that your behavior is a problem. Contemplation – you are considering the possibility of changing your behavior and at the same time rejecting the idea of change. Preparation – you are leaning toward change, seriously considering no longer engaging in your behavior. Action – you are taking steps to no longer engage in your behavior. Maintenance – you are identifying and using strategies to prevent relapse and addressing other areas of your life. Relapse – you are renewing the processes of contemplation, preparation and action and not giving up on your goal.

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Behavior Change Skills
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 Learn to manage stress: Get motivated for change: D.  1. Communication 1. Study the subject Skills. 2. Find a partner  2. Physical Exercise. 3. List reasons for changing  3. Relaxation.  4. Time Management. Prepare yourself:  1. Select a start date. E. Practice new behaviors: 2. Select bite sized goals.  1. Keep a journal. 3. Write personal contract.  a. your successes  b. your feelings List risks & coping strategies:  1. Make a list of “triggers”. F. Repeat steps as needed. 2. ID & avoid high risk  situations.

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10 Minute, Small-Group Behavior Change Exercise Page – 26-27


Select a personal change issue:
*Alcohol consumption *Eat healthier

*Regular exercise

*Stop smoking *Manage my time better *Develop a positive attitude *Other? *Do better in school

Complete the behavior change worksheet Report back to the class – share examples

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In regards to you alcohol use, what stage of change do you feel you are currently in? 1. Precontemplation 2. Contemplation 3. Preparation 4. Action 5. Maintenance 6. Relapse
7% 36%

21%

14%

14%

7%

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6

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Stress Management a Personal Change Skill Pages – 3839
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Relaxation Skills Training
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“Relaxation Response” Tension/Relaxation Rating Scale Practice relaxation skills Review experience

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Self Assessment n

Handout

Alcohol Dependence Questionnaire
– Confidential – Self-Scoring
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- don’t hand it in - 45 possible points

1- 9 = low indication of “dependence” n 10–19 = medium indication n 20 or more = high indication

“True Life: I’m an Alcoholic”
Video – MTV Documentary

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MTV documentary that chronicles how two girls struggle with their alcohol addiction. Look for the negative consequences drinking has caused these two individuals.
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True Life: I’m an Alcoholic”
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What negative consequences did you see these individual experience caused by their alcohol use? What could you do as a friend to try and help one of these girls?

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How long does an underage drinking citation stay on your record?

1.1 year 2.5 years 3.10 years 4.Permanently

57%

36%

7% 0%
1 2 3 4

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State Drinking Age Law Page 7

What do these laws cover? Is a breath test required? Loss of license & auto insurance rates Monetary penalties

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$249 Consume or Possess $438 On Premises $1191 Hosting a Party (438 + 753 for each host)

On your record for 5 years!  http://wcca.wicourts.gov/index.xsl

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Operating While Intoxicated (OWI)
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BAC & “Field Tests” Penalties
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First Offense Second Offense Within 10 Years Great Bodily Harm Homicide While OWI Open Container

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Alcohol is the most commonly used date rape drug.
1.True 2.False
77%

23%

1

2

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WI Statute Section 940.225(2)
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Alcohol is now legally considered a date rape drug. You may think you have consent, but the law says otherwise. If it’s not sober consent, it’s not legal consent. What are your thoughts or reactions to this?

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WI Statute Section 940.225(2)
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For a person to have “sexual contact or sexual intercourse with a person who is under the influence of an intoxicant to a degree which renders that person incapable of giving consent if the defendant has actual knowledge that the person is incapable of giving consent and has the purpose to have sexual contact or sexual intercourse with the person while the person is incapable of giving consent.”

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Alcohol Facilitated Sexual Assault

Video

“Undetected Rapist” – what factors made this an example of Alcohol Facilitated Sexual Assault?

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Bystander Intervention

Video
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UW-Stout Campus Violence Prevention Project (CVPP)

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Bystander Intervention
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It refers to how people respond to situations in which a stranger may need help. We are more likely to help when it is our friends. Can you think of any examples?
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Scenario
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You see a couple outside a bar arguing, and then you see the guy push his girlfriend up against the wall. You do not know the couple, but you do hang out at the same bar occasionally. No one else is doing anything; they are pretending nothing is going on.
Discuss in a small group, the strategies you could use to intervene in this situation. Be prepared to share this scenario and your ideas to the large group.
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Scenario Questions
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Is this any of your business? What should you do? What could happen to this girl if the situation continues.

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Getting Them Home Safely Preventing Drunk Driving
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Break into small groups  Brainstorm for 5 minutes

Complete worksheet in manual page 41. Report back to the class

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Tips for Treating & Avoiding Hangovers!
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Replace body fluids Eat before and during drinking Take a B-Vitamin Go easy on your liver Replace your blood sugar Get your morning caffeine fix

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Sipping Skills Contest

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Break into small groups  Brainstorm for 3 minutes

List your ideas for slowing your rate of alcohol consumption and absorption Report back to the class

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Compliance Forms & Evaluation of Class & Instructors

Compliances Form – have students fill out & then collect Evaluation of class & Instructors *Confidential No names on forms *Give us feedback Suggestions and concerns

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Final EXAM

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Q1. Which drink contains more than one standard drink?
86%

1. 12 oz. can of beer 2. 5 ounce glass of wine 3. 1 oz. shot of whiskey 4. 16 oz. can of Mike’s Harder Lemonade
0%
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7%
2

7%
3 4

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Q2. Alcohol is absorbed, not digested.
100%

1.True 2.False

0%
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Q5. Your body eliminates approximately one standard drink per hour.

1.True 2.False
29%

71%

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2

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Q3. BAC depends on all of the following except:

1.Hours of drinking 2.Number of drinks 3.Tolerance 4.Gender 5.Body Weight

7 9%

1 4% 7% 0%
1 2 3 4

0%
5

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Q4. All of the following are true about alcohol tolerance except:
79%

1. Alcohol tolerance is learned and/or inherited 2. Alcohol tolerance causes damage without awareness 3. Alcohol tolerance is not a benefit 4. A high alcohol tolerance lowers a person’s blood alcohol concentration

14% 7% 0%
1 2 3 4

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Q6. All of the following are true about alcohol and sexual assault except:
1. If you have sex with someone who is passed out or incapable of giving consent, it will not be considered sexual assault 2. If it’s not sober consent, it’s not legal 3. Sexual assault is a crime of violence: alcohol never justifies violence or criminal behavior 4. Intoxication can never be used as a defense for someone who commits a sexual assault

64%

21% 7% 7%

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Q7. All of the following are true about keeping yourself and your friends safe at a party except:
1. Limiting your alcohol consumption 2. Going out alone because you can only rely on yourself 3. Keeping your beverage with you at all times 4. Carrying your cell phone & setting it on vibrate
0%
1 2

86%

14% 0%
3 4

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Q8. Setting personal BAC limits is an effective way to reduce negative consequences related to alcohol consumption.
100%

1.True 2.False

0%
1 2

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Q9. Bystander intervention refers to how people respond to situations in which a stranger may need help.
100%

1.True 2.False

0%
1 2

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Q10. If a friend was trying to drive while under the influence of alcohol all of the following would be ways to intervene except:
1. Offer to call a taxi 2. Offer them a place to stay until they are sober 3. Find a sober driver to give them a ride home 4. Ride with your friend as they drive home, so you can keep them awake and on the right side of the road
93%

7%
1

0%
2

0%
3 4

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Q11. All of the following are strategies to help keep a person safe if they choose to drink alcohol except:
100%

1. Alternate alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks 2. Plan your drinking based on blood alcohol concentration 3. Drink on an empty stomach 4. Look out for each other (Buddy System or 1 of Us)

0%
1

0%
2 3

0%
4

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Q12. Physiologically, a hangover is caused by fatigue, dehydration and withdrawal.
100%

1.True 2.False

0%
1 2

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Campus Counseling Center Page 43
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Addictions, Dating Concerns, Depression, Eating Disorders, Family problems and much more. Free to Stout Students
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410 Bowman Hall Call: 715-232-2468 www.uwstout.edu/aod
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Wrap Up
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Forms:
Compliance Forms Receipts Other?

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