Alternative approaches to urinalysis in the detection of drugs

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Gail S. Gibson
Shelah Manley
Cite this article:  Gibson, G., & Manley, S. (1991). Alternative approaches to urinalysis in the detection of drugs. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 19(3), 195-204.


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Detecting drugs in the workplace by means of urinalysis has been subject to a great deal of controversy as its acceptance by employees, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), state legislatures and unions varies considerably. A multitude of technical and practical reasons continue to support the belief that there is no viable substitute for urinalysis. Because of the susceptibility of urine testing alternatives methods of drug detection need to be explored. This paper examines physical alternatives as well as psychological tests that may be useful alternatives.
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