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Title: Travelling exhibition with the aim of addiction prevention: have you got the hang of everything?
Summary: The aim of the exhibition is to draw the attention to all kind of addictive behaviour and to sensitize the visitors -mainly young people between 13 and 18 years -on the development of addiction and addiction prevention. The exhibition includes gender specific elements. >>
prevention process evaluation school, community children/young people Austria 1
Title: North Eastern Health Board cigarette smoking cessation programme
Summary: The overall aim of the campaign targeting secondary school students is to create a smoke free environment in the North Eastern Health Board region. A follow-up study in 2002 clearly demonstrates that there has been a reduction in smoking levels among adolescents in the region since 1997. >>
outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults, children/young people Ireland 1
Title: Check Who Drives
Summary: The purpose of this campaign is to reduce driving under the influence of drugs. Young drivers are targeted through driving schools and specific mass media campaigns. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation party scene, school, community adults, children/young people Germany 1
Title: “Drogas: Tu Punto de Información” (Drugs: Your Information Point) is a universal programme intended to prevent alcohol abuse and drugs use among university students
Summary: “Drogas: Tu Punto de Información” (Drugs: Your Information Point) is a universal programme intended to prevent alcohol abuse and the use of other drugs among university students. It also aims to reduce the risks associated with substance abuse. The programme also suggests strategies for self-control and risk minimization. This programme includes: • An information website on alcohol and drugs (www.tupunto.org). This site provides information about the risks of binge drinking, other patterns of alcohol abuse and the use of other drugs. • An e-mail consultation service on drug matters (infodrogas@tupunto.org). • Information and awareness building materials: a series of bookmarks and different posters distributed yearly. These materials are distributed at the participant universities. • An annual students video clips contest on drugs: “Drogas: tu punto de mira” (Drugs: Your Viewpoint). The action aims to promote critical reflection among university students about the risks of drug use and alcohol abuse and to disseminate "peer to peer" preventative messages within the target population. • A bank of audiovisual tools with video clip participants from the yearly contest • A "Peer to Peer" manual. This material suggests methods and activities structured toward wording the content of the winners of each video clip contest to groups of young people. http://www.pdsweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Guia-DE_IGUAL_A_IGUAL-web.pdf • A “10 ideas for a good party at college” brochure poses ideas and advice to support cultural activity, fun, responsibility and respect in the organization of fiestas in college. Designed as a support for organizing parties on the campus. http://www.pdsweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Decalogo-fiesta-CAST-web.pdf Other data of interest: • Thirty-two Spanish universities are involved in the programme. • 1,016,042 visits to the website of the programme (www.tupunto.org) during the period 2009-2014*. • 473 e-mail consultations during the period 2009-2014*. • 244 participants at the annual video clips on drugs contest of “Drogas: tu punto de mira” (Drugs: Your Viewpoint) in the 1st and 2nd edition of the contest (2012, 2013 and 2014). • 120,077 views of the video clips presented in the 3 contest (2012, 2013 and 2014*). (*) (Data as of September 30, 2014) Summary results of the process evaluation: Internal evaluation carried out in 2006.  The programme is widely accepted by the target population.  87.2% of the 392 students interviewed responded that they were “satisfied” or “very satisfied” with the programme. Some 6.3% reported being indifferent about the programme and only 2.4% expressed opinions contrary to the programme. External evaluation carried out in 2011.  The program had a big impact when compared to other similar programs aimed at broad population groups.  The students interviewed say that the programme’s materials are attractive and functional.  44.2% of the people interviewed claimed to know the bookmarks, and 48.1% knew the posters. Conclusions: Data evaluation process of the programme show the feasibility of the programme actions relative to raising awareness about binge drinking, other patterns of alcohol abuse, and the use of other drugs. The data also confirm that this intervention allows for the dissemination of health messages to a large number of young people at very low cost. >>
prevention evaluation of intervention planning, process evaluation Spain 2
Title: Roskilde Festival Against Drugs 2006
Summary: The Roskilde Music Festival is an annual event which constitutes an essential part of Danish youth culture with more that 75,000 guests and 25,000 staff. The purpose of this combined intervention is to establish a norm within youth culture against drugs, through the use of mass media campaigns and informative material. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation party scene adults, children/young people Denmark 1
Title: www.starke-eltern.de: An Internet Forum for Education and Addiction Prevention
Summary: The internet project aims to support parents in protecting their children from the risks of addiction by providing information, suggestions and practical pointers to parenting. Information and support are also to be given by sharing experiences, providing advice and information on addictive substances and the development of addiction. >>
prevention process evaluation family, school general population, family/parents, adults Germany 1
Title: A Cool World: An Alcohol Awareness Campaign Targeting 12-16 Year Olds
Summary: 'A Cool World' is a mass media prevention campaign about alcohol for Flemish youngsters between the age of 12 and 16. The campaign was structured around a website: www.acoolworld.be. and also uses other media such as radio and television. >>
process evaluation children/young people Belgium 1
Title: The Drug Committee: An Interactive Exhibition About Alcohol and Other Drugs
Summary: An interactive exhibition for young people aged between 14 and 18 about alcohol and other drugs. The exhibition includes materials for teachers. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation party scene, school, community children/young people Belgium 1
Title: Drug services in prison and follow-up care
Summary: The Project works with problem drug users in conflict with law in prison and after release from prison in form of professional social consulting. The contact is established in prison and it helps to master the period of return from prison environment to normal life. >>
interventions in the criminal justice system outcome evaluation community, prison family/parents, adults, children/young people Czech Republic 1
Title: "NEVER YOU, if you start using drugs"
Summary: Mass media campaign "NEVER YOU, if you start using drugs" started in October, 2006. The main goal of the campaign is to communicate to young, non-using people what the consequences of drug-usage are. >>
prevention process evaluation party scene, school, community children/young people Lithuania 1

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