Xchange prevention registry

About the Xchange prevention registry

Xchange is an online registry of evidence-based prevention programmes. It is currently in pilot phase. Use the options below to find prevention programmes. Read more about Xchange here

Our partners

The Xchange prevention registry is a collaborative effort between the EMCDDA and a number of partner organisations. Learn more about our partners here.

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List of programmesSearch results

Programme titlesort descending Date added Countries where evaluated Xchange rating
A Stop Smoking in Schools Trial (ASSIST) - an educational, peer-led programme to promote non-smoking 18.10.2017 United Kingdom Beneficial
Aktion Glasklar - an educational programme about alcohol for pupils and their parents 18.10.2017 Germany Likely to be partially beneficial
Be Smart — Don’t Start - a competition of school classes to remain smoke free for six months 18.10.2017 Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland Likely to be partially beneficial
BE smokeFREE - enhance students’ self-efficacy to help them cope with social pressure in school 18.10.2017 Norway Beneficial
Connect - a programme for parents of adolescents with aggressive, violent and antisocial behaviour 18.10.2017 Canada, Italy, Sweden Likely to be partially beneficial
Coping Power/Utrecht Coping Power - an indicated programme for children with disruptive behaviour 18.10.2017 Italy, Netherlands, USA Beneficial
EFFEKT/Örebro/PAS - To increase parents' attitudes, norm-setting and monitoring about alcohol 17.10.2017 Netherlands, Sweden Beneficial
Eigenstandig Werden (Becoming Independent) - life skills training with focus on substance use and bullying 18.10.2017 Germany Beneficial
European Smoking Prevention Framework Approach (ESFA / PASE.bcn) - addressing young people, parents, school environment and out-of-school situations 18.10.2017 Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom Likely to be partially beneficial
Functional Family Therapy (FFT) - for delinquent young people and their families 18.10.2017 Canada, Ireland, Sweden, USA Likely to be beneficial


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