The survey on sustainable development model whit focusing on family health and emphasis on the role of drug dependence

Document Type : Original


1 Ph.D. student of Human Resources management, Rsearch Institute of Shakes Pajouh, Isfahan, Iran.

2 Head Of Faculty Of Management Azad Univercity Of Khorasgan


The expansion of the problem of Drug dependence has many problems in family spheres, and has a devastating effect on sustainable development. So, the aim of this research is a sustainable development model in family health has been emphasized on the role of addiction in a descriptive (post-event) study and in combination. In the first step, by qualitative method and using Fuzzy Delphi technique, 12 component and 86 indicators were extracted in social, economic and environmental dimensions. In the second step, using a quantitative method and using a questionnaire, among senior managers, expert experts and Personnel of the Counter Narcotics Department of Tehran province, using the Cochran formula, 201 were considered. Structural validity, confirmatory factor analysis, normalization of data distribution (Kolmogorov-Smirnov test), Friedman test model rating and the study of the effects of components of sustainable development model on Drug dependence (t-test) were assessed using SPSS22 and LISREL57/8 software. As a result of t-test, the greatest impact is on social, economic and environmental dimensions whit an average 4/02, 3/58 & 3/28. Regarding the component and indices, greatest impact was on family empowerment component whit an average 4/28 and indicators of family social and life skills whit an average 4/35.Therefore, Therefore, in order to better understand the effects of Drug dependence on family health and attention to this problem in the 20 year vision document of the country and its destructive effect on sustainable development, this research tries to rely on the role of the family in resolving the gap created for research questions Provide solutions.


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