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Harm minimization in school drug education: final results of the School Health and Alcohol Harm Reduction Project (SHAHRP).
AIMS The School Health and Alcohol Harm Reduction Project (SHAHRP study) aimed to reduce alcohol-related harm in secondary school students. DESIGN The study used a quasi-experimental researchExpand
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Principles That Underpin Effective School-Based Drug Education
This study identifies the conceptual underpinnings of effective school-based drug education practice in light of contemporary research evidence and the practical experience of a broad range of drugExpand
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Consumption of different alcoholic beverages as predictors of local rates of night‐time assault and acute alcohol‐related morbidity
Objective: To determine whether population levels of consumption of some alcoholic beverages are more closely associated with levels of harm than others, particularly if consumption of cask wine isExpand
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An empirical model for school health promotion: the Western Australian school health project model
NYANDA MCBRIDE, RICHARD MIDFORD1 and IAIN CAMERON2 National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia, 1National Centre forExpand
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‘Pick-a-Skipper': an evaluation of a designated driver program to prevent alcohol-related injury in a regional Australian city
SUMMARY The ‘Community Mobilization for the Prevention of Alcohol-Related Injury’ (COMPARI) project undertook a designated driver intervention for young adults, known as ‘Pick-a-Skipper’, in theExpand
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Early results from a school alcohol harm minimization study: the School Health and Alcohol Harm Reduction Project.
AIMS The School Health and Alcohol Harm Reduction Project aims to reduce alcohol-related harm by enhancing students' abilities to identify and deal with high-risk drinking situations particularlyExpand
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Cops, drugs and the community: establishing consultative harm reduction structures in two Western Australian locations
Abstract In Australia a police project incorporating four parallel trials was established to test a new model of illicit drug law enforcement, which gives greater emphasis to harm reduction at theExpand
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Drug prevention programmes for young people: where have we been and where should we be going?
  • R. Midford
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Addiction
  • 1 October 2010
AIM Substance use by young people has long been a concern of western society, but opinion is mixed as to which prevention approach offers the greatest benefit, and whether indeed there is any benefitExpand
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What harms do young Australians experience in alcohol‐use situations?
Objective : An insight into the alcohol‐related experiences of young students in Perth, Western Australia, with particular emphasis to alcohol‐related harm.
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