Brief report: the adaptation of Project Northland for urban youth.

@article{Komro2004BriefRT,
  title={Brief report: the adaptation of Project Northland for urban youth.},
  author={Kelli A Komro and Cheryl L. Perry and Sara Veblen-Mortenson and Linda M. Bosma and Bonnie S. Dudovitz and Carolyn L. Williams and Rhonda J. Jones-Webb and Traci L Toomey},
  journal={Journal of pediatric psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={457-66}
}
OBJECTIVE Summarizes the research and intervention design of a new trial to evaluate an adaptation of Project Northland, a multicomponent, community-wide alcohol prevention program for culturally diverse youth living in a large city. The original Project Northland was successful in reducing alcohol use among a sample of mostly White, rural adolescents. METHODS We highlight the steps taken to adapt the intervention strategies for culturally diverse inner-city youth, families, and neighborhoods… CONTINUE READING

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