Substance use disorders

Scope Notes: Substance use disorders in DSM-5 combines the DSM-IV categories of substance abuse and substance dependence into a single disorder measured on a continuum from mild to severe. According to DSM-5, a substance abuse disorder "describes a problematic pattern of using alcohol or another substance that results in impairment in daily life or noticeable distress." Added August 2019.
ICF I:
  • b1 MENTAL FUNCTIONS
ICF III:
  • b130 Energy and drive functions
ICF IV:
  • b1303 Craving
  • b1304 Impulse control
  • b1302 Appetite
Changes:
Added 8/2019
Search REHABDATA for Substance use disorders. Opens in a new window. Includes international research (formerly CIRRIE).