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Administrators at 68% of 4-year colleges nationwide (N = 747) responded to a survey concerning the types of programs and policies they used in response to students' heavy drinking. Most schools conducted targeted alcohol education and invested in institutional prevention efforts; half conducted social norms campaigns; a sizeable minority restricted alcohol(More)
This article presents Healthy Kids, Healthy Futures, a multilevel initiative in Boston, Massachusetts, which brings major institutions' missions and resources together to address early childhood obesity prevention. Programming is designed to facilitate healthy eating and physical activity in preschool children's home, school, and community environments by(More)
OBJECTIVE We evaluated referring physician attitudes toward the international interpretation of radiologic images. MATERIALS AND METHODS A five-question, scenario-based survey describing features of a hypothetic local radiology firm compared with those of its hypothetic overseas counterpart, international radiology, was sent by mail to 350 physicians from(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of a brief intervention for mandated students in the context of the University Assistance Program, a Student Assistance Program developed and modeled after workplace Employee Assistance Programs. METHOD Participants were 265 (196 males and 69 females) judicially mandated college students(More)
OBJECTIVE Alcohol misuse among college students is a significant public health problem that can have negative long-term implications. One important correlate of problem drinking among college female populations is sexual violence. The current study investigated: (1) past year sexual violence and its association with alcohol consumption and related(More)
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