school-based prevention

Short-Term Secondary Effects of a School-Based Drug Prevention Program: Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial of the Brazilian Version of DARE’s Keepin’ it REAL

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Valente, J.Y., Sanchez, Z.M. Short-Term Secondary Effects of a School-Based Drug Prevention Program: Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial of the Brazilian Version of DARE’s Keepin’ it REAL. Prev Sci (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11121-021-01277-w
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This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the drug and violence resistance educational program (PROERD) on short-term secondary outcomes, such as intentions to use drugs, attitudes toward drugs, school experience, and life skills (refusal, decision-making, and communication).

Livro: Importância dos programas escolares de prevenção ao uso de drogas

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Ministério da Saúde - Universidade Federal de São Paulo
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Prevenir o uso indevido de álcool e outras drogas é um dos tópicos inquestionáveis nos mais diversos contextos sociais – escola, família e comunidade, entre outros. A escola é o local que abriga a maior parte das crianças e dos adolescentes de uma comunidade e é nessa fase escolar que o adolescente tem o primeiro contato com o mundo das drogas.  

Steps Towards Alcohol Misuse Prevention Programme (STAMPP): A School-Based and Community-Based Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial

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McKay M, Agus A, Cole J, et al. Steps Towards Alcohol Misuse Prevention Programme (STAMPP): a school-based and community-based cluster randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open 2018;8:e019722. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-019722
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Objectives: To assess the effectiveness of a combined classroom curriculum and parental intervention (the Steps Towards Alcohol Misuse Prevention Programme (STAMPP)), compared with alcohol education as normal (EAN), in reducing self-reported heavy episodic drinking (HED) and alcohol-related harms (ARHs) in adolescents.

Evaluation of a Novel Intervention Providing Insight into the Tobacco Industry to Prevent the Uptake of Smoking in School-Aged Children

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Szatkowski L, Taylor J, Taylor A, et al. Evaluation of a novel intervention providing insight into the tobacco industry to prevent the uptake of smoking in school-aged children: a mixedmethods study. BMJ Open 2017;7:e018031. doi:10.1136/ bmjopen-2017-018031
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Objectives: Evidence from the US Truth campaign suggests that interventions focusing on tobacco industry practices and ethics may be effective in preventing youth smoking uptake. We developed, piloted and evaluated a school-based intervention based on this premise.

CICAD Hemispheric Guidelines on School-Based Prevention

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CICAD
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As developed by CICAD's Expert Group on Demand Reduction and approved by the Commission in 2004, these guidelines speak to strategies to conduct research, create educational materials, train teachers, and carry out and evaluate prevention programs at the national level in a way that is responsive to regional, state, and local needs expressed within each school. Drug use problems threaten personal health, disrupt family integra