WEB-BASED INTERVENTION FOR MAORI UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WITH HAZARDOUS DRINKING: DOUBLE-BLIND, MULTI-SITE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL

@inproceedings{Kypri2012WEBBASEDIF,
  title={WEB-BASED INTERVENTION FOR MAORI UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WITH HAZARDOUS DRINKING: DOUBLE-BLIND, MULTI-SITE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL},
  author={Kypros Kypri and Jim Mccambridge and Tina Vater and Steve Bowe and J. V. D. Saunders and Ja Cunningham and Nicholas J. Horton},
  year={2012}
}
Background Like many indigenous peoples, New Zealand Māori bear a heavy burden of alcohol-related harm relative to their non-indigenous compatriots, and disparities are greatest among young adults. We tested the effectiveness of web-based alcohol screening and brief intervention (e-SBI) for reducing hazardous drinking among Māori university students. Methods We ran a double-blind, multi-site, randomised controlled trial. We invited 6697 17-24-year-old Māori students from seven of New Zealand's… CONTINUE READING

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