The long‐term effectiveness of universal, selective and combined prevention for alcohol use during adolescence: 36‐month outcomes from a cluster randomized controlled trial

Open Access article on a four arm cluster randomized trial of school-base alcohol prevention strategies demonstrated that both universal and selective methods improved outcomes compared to control.

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Slade T, Newton NC, Mather M, Barrett EL, Champion KE, Stapinski L, Conrod PJ, Teesson M. The long‐term effectiveness of universal, selective and combined prevention for alcohol use during adolescence: 36‐month outcomes from a cluster randomized controlled trial. Addiction. 2021 Mar;116(3):514-24.
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Australia
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