Screening and brief counseling among young adults: comparison of college students, community college students, and persons not in school

@inproceedings{Hingson2015ScreeningAB,
  title={Screening and brief counseling among young adults: comparison of college students, community college students, and persons not in school},
  author={Ralph Waldo Hingson and Wenxing Zha and Aaron M. White and Bruce G. Simons-Morton},
  year={2015}
}
Results Of respondents, 42% were enrolled in 4-year, 25% in community colleges, and 33% were not enrolled. Students in 4-year and community colleges were more likely than others to have seen a physician in the past year (75%, 73%, 65%). Of those seeing a physician, similar proportions (75%-82%) in each group were asked about their drinking, smoking, and drug use. Students in 4-year and community colleges were less likely to be advised about health risks linked to drinking (45%, 46%, vs. 53… CONTINUE READING