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Title: Way out: early intervention for young drug-using first offenders
Summary: The project 'Way out' offers counselling and care facilities for young people -individuals and groups. Structured support is offered over a period of approximately 6 months with the aim of encouraging abstinent behaviour concerning illegal drugs, controlled behaviour concerning legal substances and avoidance of drug-related problems. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation community children/young people Austria 2
Title: Maat in de shit
Summary: ‘Maat in de shit’ (Friend in n(w)eed) : is a curriculum for secundary school students to work on the subject of cannabis. The package was updated based on new interdisciplinery minimal developemnt goals (which describe what students should know and what attitudes are expected from them.) It also contains recommendations based on the evaluation study on ‘Maat in de shit’. The approach 'friendships and relationships' makes it possible to bridge the gap between working on the subject of cannabis on one hand and a wider approach, aimed at supporting norms and other skills, on the other. The teachers manual "Maat in de shit "contains numerous methodologies regarding communication and protective social norms. The package includes a teachers’ guide, a student brochure, a flyer for students and a poster. >>
prevention outcome evaluation school children/young people Belgium 2
Title: Transfer of 'Quit the shit' - www.drugcom.de
Summary: With the transfer of the 'Quit the shit' counselling programme, the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) initiated a pilot project aimed at decentralising online counselling to include counsellors of local drug counselling centres. So far, 'Quit the shit' counselling services had been provided centrally by the drugcom team. Within the scope of the first model phase, however, admittance was refused to more than 1 300 prospects because of exhausted counselling capacities. For this reason, the model project was further developed in order to integrate counselling resources of local drug prevention centres. The online project 'Quit the shit' was to be 'transferred' into the work of outpatient facilities. A series of different quality assurance measures was introduced to maintain good acceptance among clients and to continuously ensure the proven efficiency. The present questionnaire contains the details and the experience gathered within the scope of quality assurance as well as the transfer results. >>
prevention process evaluation community adults Germany 1
Title: The Cannabis Show, part of: Cannabis Intelligence Amsterdam (CIA).
Summary: The Cannabis Show is based on effective elements of school-based prevention and targets students with behaviour and other psychiatric problems in a special school in Amsterdam. Therefore the intervention combines information transfer and entertainment ('infotainment') and is presented by three peers playing different roles and the different parts of the show are separated by rap- and dance acts, a stand-up comedian and a kickbox demonstration. Knowledge on the effects of cannabis use increased significantly and cannabis use itself reduced significantly among the participants of this show. The effects on several other (intermediary) outcomes were less favourable. A follow-up evaluation is currently running. >>
prevention outcome evaluation school children/young people The Netherlands 3
Title: Family Motivational Intervention (FMI).
Summary: For cannabis using patients with recent onset of schizophrenia, early intensive interventions are not working due to non-compliance and little insight of clients into their illness. Family Motivational Intervention was specifically developed for this target group. The intervention has an inpatient treatment phase (2 months) and a subsequent outpatient treatment (12 months). Target outcomes are: reduction of cannabis use; increasing medication compliance; increasing well-being among parents; decreasing stress within the family related to the schizophrenic disorder; and improving the communication between parent and child. In a randomized controlled trial, 98 carers of 75 patients with schizophrenia and co morbid cannabis use were assigned to either Family Motivational Intervention (FMI) or psychoeducation (PE). Baseline and follow-up measures by the patients and their caretakers were done by a researcher who was blinded for the allocated condition. The first follow-up measurements (3 months after the last session of FMI) show promising outcomes. The response was 94% in the FMI group and 78% in the PE group. For the patients, the response was 71% in the FMI group and 77% of the PE group. Compared with the PE group, the FMI group showed significant more decrease in mean days of cannabis use and in mean grams of cannabis use, both during the last three months. The groups did not differ significantly in the increase in compliance with medication. In both groups, carers (family members) significantly improved on all outcomes (burden of disease, style of coping and mental health). >>
treatment outcome evaluation outpatient, inpatient children/young people The Netherlands 3
Title: "Quit the Shit"- cannabis withdrawal programme based on the www.drugcom.de youth Internet portal
Summary: "quit the shit" is an online withdrawal programme for juvenile cannabis consumers who intend to reduce or quit their cannabis consumption. Core element is an interactive diary, where users document their cannabis consumption behaviour on a regular basis - ideally every day - during a period of 50 days. The counselling team supports each participant in achieving the personal goal by providing regular and individual feedback at least once a week. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults, children/young people Germany 3
Title: A Treatment Programme For Chronic Cannabis Users
Summary: This is a specially designed 6-week outpatient cognitive treatment programme for chronic cannabis users. The treatment and counselling are voluntary and between 40 and 50 chronic cannabis users receive treatment on an annual basis. >>
treatment outcome evaluation adults, children/young people Sweden 1
Title: Evaluation Of Local Coffeeshop Policy.
Summary: The study evaluates the effects of local coffee shop policies. >>
outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults Netherlands 1
Title: Outpatient Therapy For Cannabis And Party Drugs Users
Summary: The institution offers 35 outpatient therapy places for adults and 20 for teenagers. Up until the 1990's treatment focused on predominantly cannabis abuse but mixed party drug consumption has been integrated more and more into the programme. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults, children/young people Germany 1
Title: Hash Campaign Stoned For 4 Hours Sluggish For 4 Weeks
Summary: The campaign built upon an earlier Ecstasy Campaign: Don't Mess With Your Mind but now focused on hash. The campaign message aimed at strengthening and supporting uncertainty and negative opinion to drugs and was carried out through short films/trailers, brief information leaflets, advertisements in press sources frequented by teens, posters on buses, trams and the subway. >>
process evaluation children/young people Norway 1

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