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Three‐year results of the Friendly Schools whole‐of‐school intervention on children’s bullying behaviour
A group randomized controlled trial tested the efficacy of the Friendly Schools program to reduce student bullying behaviour. This socio‐ecological intervention targeted the whole school, classroom,Expand
The Friendly Schools Friendly Families programme: Three-year bullying behaviour outcomes in primary school children
Abstract Purpose This three-year group randomized controlled trial assessed whether a multi-age, multi-level bullying prevention and intervention with staff capacity building, can reduce bullyingExpand
A school-based harm minimization smoking intervention trial: outcome results.
AIMS To determine the impact of a school-based harm minimization smoking intervention compared to traditional abstinence-based approaches. DESIGN, SETTING AND PARTICIPANTS A school-based clusterExpand
Comparison of Two School-Based Smoking Prevention Programs among South African High School Students: Results of a Randomized Trial
BackgroundSmoking rates are projected to increase substantially in developing countries such as South Africa.PurposeThe aim of this study was to test the efficacy of two contrasting approaches toExpand
Adolescent Smoking Cessation: Development of a School Nurse Intervention
The purpose of this study was to examine the feasibility of a range of strategies to engage and to enhance secondary school nurse involvement in teenage smoking prevention and cessation. SchoolExpand
School policy: what helps to reduce teenage smoking?
This study examined the degree to which different policy-based whole-school smoking actions were associated with cigarette smoking among 4,697 ninth-grade students in 31 schools in Perth, Australia.Expand
Occasional Cigarette Smokers: Cue for Harm Reduction Smoking Education
Since abstinence-based smoking prevention education strategies have not impeded increases in teenage smoking in the 1990's, strategies including harm reduction merit consideration. This studyExpand
The Friendly Schools Project: An empirically grounded school-based bullying prevention program
There exists limited empirical evidence of the effectiveness of universal school-based interventions to reduce or prevent children's bullying. The Friendly Schools project was a 3-year longitudinalExpand
Mapping A History of Adolescence and Literature for Adolescents
W hen I was twelve, my parents called my brother and me into the living room, sat us between each of them on the couch, and explained that they were going to live apart from then on. I rememberExpand
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