Essays on Prevention: Drug and Alcohol Findings Evidence Bank

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Drug and Alcohol Findings

The Effectiveness Bank features a collection essays written by Drug and Alcohol Findings explaining the background and evidence relating to topics which sometimes prompt heated debate.

Interested in prevention work in particular? Drug and Alcohol Findings have published four essays describing interventions intended to prevent or delay the initiation of substance use or progression to more frequent, regular or harmful use. 

  1. Should we start prevention in the cradle?
  2. It’s magic: prevent substance use problems without mentioning drugs
  3. ‘Everyone’s not doing it’ message offers hope for prevention
  4. Drug education yet to match great (preventive) expectations

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