Prevention

Impact of an adult family member’s problematic substance use on family life

Citation
Sari Kaarina Lindeman, Kristine Berg Titlestad, Lennart Lorås & Terese Bondas (2021) An unknown invisible intrusion. Impact of an adult family member’s problematic substance use on family life: a meta-ethnography, Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, DOI: 10.1080/09687637.2021.1943316

Problematic substance use can be a significant cause of stress for family members of the person using substances. This review, published in the journal Drug: Education, Prevention and Policy, examines current research in order to explore the question 'What is the impact of an adult family member's problematic substance use for family life?'

Following a systematic search, the researchers analysed the data of 15 qualitative studies.

The Pregnancy Edit

Created by
Society for the Study on Addiction

The Society for the Study on Addiction (SSA) Pregnancy Edit is a series of articles on alcohol-related harm in pregnancy, published on the Society for the Study of Addiction website in September 2021.

Topic covered include:

SPR International Early Career Funding to attend EUSPR 2021 Conference online, 29/09/21-1/10/21

The SPR Board of Directors has allocated $3,000 in funds to support early-career prevention researchers to attend the EUSPR. The purpose of the travel funds is to enable ECPNers to attend EUSPR and network on behalf of SPR, especially with other early-career prevention researchers. In a “normal” year, the funds would be allocated to support the travel of two early-career prevention researchers to attend in person. However, for 2021, the funds will be used to

Drug Use at Universities - Staff's Perspective

Online,

An open and honest conversation around drug-related issues at universities from the perspective of staff.

In this free webinar, different stakeholders from different universities will share their observations and experiences around student drug use. 

New Free Evaluation Tools from Prevention Plus Wellness

Created by
Chudley Edward Werch, PhD
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Prevention Plus Wellness (PPW) has updated their free program Pretest and Posttest Surveys and Fidelity Checklist for use by prevention providers to ensure their programs are being implement reliably and result in positive outcomes for participating youth. 

In addition, the PPW Pretest and Posttest Surveys are available both online and in paper format.