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Displaying results 1–10 of 446 where Type of evaluation is Process evaluation (how far are the operational objectives achieved)

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Title: ARESP: Acting with Shared Responsibility
Summary: A family prevention programme which aims to enable parents to better support their children, this is achieved by a peer led training programme. >>
prevention process evaluation community family/parents Portugal 1
Title: Connect: Help for children from addiction-strained families
Summary: The objective of the project is to strengthen the cooperation between institutions concerned with children and families with an addiction background. The project is being used as a model and evaluated in a socially underprivileged area of Hamburg. After the evaluation period is complete, the project will be recommended and/ or transferable to other regions and parts of the city. >>
prevention process evaluation community children/young people Germany 1
Title: Social Educational Programme of Alcohol and Drugs Prevention for parents
Summary: The objectives of this project are to promote the development of parental abilities and to train people to work with parents. This is achieved through the implementation of a specially designed training programme. >>
outcome evaluation, process evaluation family/parents Portugal 1
Title: And Now, Ruca? Municipal Plan for the Primary Prevention of Drug Addiction in Albufeira
Summary: The community project targets young people between the ages 6 and 11 and has developed a programme on drug prevention that has been implemented at leisure time clubs across Albufeira. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation community children/young people Portugal 1
Title: Family, a Context for Prevention: Parental Education
Summary: A family prevention programme which aims to improve family skills through family support and parent training programmes. The programme reached 126 families and 50% regularly attended the programme. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation community family/parents Portugal 1
Title: Step-by-Step: a family focused program to prevent problems with alcohol and drugs among adolescents
Summary: Step-by-step is a family-focused program to prevent problems with alcohol and drugs among adolescents in Sweden. The model origins from the American Iowa Strengthening Families Program (ISFP) and is culturally adapted to the Swedish situation. The base is to strengthen known protective factors (PF) and decrease risk factors (RF) for youth in grade 6 (12 years old) and their parents. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation community general population, family/parents, adults, children/young people Sweden 2
Title: Searching Family Treasure
Summary: Searching family treasure is a selective family prevention programme targeting at-risk families with children aged between 6 and 12 years old. The objectives are to reduce risk factors and increase protective factors by offering a families skills programme with additional individual support which develops child and parent management strategies. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation family, community family/parents, children/young people Portugal 3
Title: PEER-Drive Clean!
Summary: Especially for young people and young adults, drug consumption represents a clear, and in many European countries, an increasing health hazard. In this context, "alcohol behind the wheel" is a dramatic problem. The target group young people and young adults is also the focus of “addiction prevention” and “traffic safety”. But precisely the 15 to 24-year-olds are difficult to reach with prevention messages. With “PEER Drive Clean!" professional knowledge and resources from different fields (addiction prevention, health promotion, traffic safety) are bundled intelligently. In the course of "PEER Drive Clean!“ in the model regions, independent PEER education projects will follow, which will inform and enlighten young people and young adult driving school students and beginning drivers about the dangers of alcohol/drug consumption and driving. According to the European driving licence guideline, all drivers must pass an examination before they are issued a driving licence. Despite the comparatively high costs of driver education and testing, young people are highly motivated to receive their driving licence at the earliest possible point in time. In order to take advantage of this high motivation to learn, the independent partial projects of “PEER Drive Clean!” should be placed so that the target group is reached as close as possible time-wise (in the best case shortly before) to the granting of the driving licence. In 60 to 90-minute PEER lessons, trained PEER educators work with young people. Together with the driving students and beginning drivers, individual and manageable strategies and rules will be developed for their driving participation. Young drivers should thus be enabled to prevent dangerous driving while intoxicated. >>
prevention process evaluation adults, children/young people Germany 1
Title: Global Drug Care Programme in Prison (TOX Project)
Summary: According to the law of 27 July 1997 concerning the modification of the penitentiary organization and regulating among other tasks the creation of specialized medical units for drug addicts and psychiatric patients within prison, a group of experts commissioned by the minister of Justice set up in 1999 a pilot project for a period of 5 years (2000 to 2005) aiming at providing a global drug care programme to drug addicted inmates.The overall aim of the project was to integrate drug dependant inmates into a medico-psycho-social drug care network in order to reduce recidivism, risks and criminality after release from prison. >>
interventions in the criminal justice system outcome evaluation, process evaluation prison adults Grand Duchy of Luxembourg 1
Title: 7 years of the Syringe-Exchange Programme at the Pamplona Prison (Spain)
Summary: Implementation of a pilot programme in a penitentiary to reduce risks through the personalized exchange of syringes, similar to the scheme in place for the population at large. In the 7 years it has been operational, it has proven that such measures are suitable, valid and effective in prison environments. >>
harm reduction evaluation of intervention planning, outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation needle/syringe provision adults Spain 2

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