In:tuition is an evidence based, life skills education programme for young people aged 9-14 developed by Drinkaware.
Process evaluation and feasibility study of In:tuition, a life skills education programme for young people aged 9-14 years
How do gender attributes and attitudes affect young men’s and women’s alcohol use? Are different health promotion interventions required for young men and women?
After the disappointment of the English Blueprint trial come results from a seven-nation drug education trial. EU-Dap probably registered some real successes, but these were few and small and may have been artefacts of the implementation and analysis of the study.
Researching the effects of Digital Storytelling as a brief alcohol intervention for young people delivered in non-medical settings
Digital Stories are short films which use photographs and music to address the consequences of binge drinking such as feeling ill, getting into trouble with the police, being in prison, and being hospitalised after a road traffic accident.
Research has demonstrated that electronic resources can be effective in supporting children and young people’s learning when used in an appropriate context and in combination with other teaching and learning techniques.
Feasibility study for an evaluation of a schools-based, peer-led intervention to reduce the prevalence of pupil problem drinking
The Teenage Alcohol Project (TAP) was not designed to identify the effectiveness of the intervention, but aimed to identify whether the intervention, using peer supporters, was of sufficient promise to merit a further large scale effectiveness trial.
Some drug and alcohol programmes have been shown to increase dangerous experimental use among young people and very few educational packages guide teachers through this perilous terrain. Two TACADE packages were developed in response to this need.