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Project description Intervention type Evaluation type Setting Target group Country Quality level
Title: Every Cigarette Is Doing You Damage
Summary: This tobacco mass media campaign was run in Norway from 6th January to 16th February 2003. The purpose of the campaign is to encourage people to stop smoking by using shocking images. Extensive evaluation results. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation general population Norway 1
Title: Ecstacy Campaign: Don't Mess With Your Mind
Summary: The Alcohol and Drug Addiction Service of Oslo municipality conducted an information campaign directed at young people, focusing on ecstasy to prevent the spread of drug use. The message of the campaign was presented to the target group through short films at the cinema, advertisements in different teenage media and posters on buses, trams and the subway. >>
process evaluation adults, children/young people Norway 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
Title: Responsible Host in Bergen
Summary: Responsible Host aims at preventing and reducing drink-induced violence at and near licensed premises, and discourage alcohol sales to inebriated and underage customers. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation party scene, community adults Norway 1
Title: Alcohol policy awareness campaign "Seriously Speaking" (Alvorlig talt)
Summary: Awareness of rising alcohol consumption in Norway, and among adolescents in particular, spurred the Government to launch the "Seriously Speaking" campaign. It was hoped the campaign would help prevent some of the harm caused by alcohol. The public would be informed about the risks associated with drink and why Government policy tended to opt for the more restrictive measures. >>
outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Norway 1
Title: "National Drug helpline 08588"
Summary: RUStelefonen is a professional, national helpline which offers information and advice. It is run by the outreach section of the Oslo's Alcohol and Drug Addiction Service on behalf of the Directorate for Health and Social Affairs. The service is staffed by two counsellors who take the calls and answer questions about drugs and related issues. >>
process evaluation family/parents, adults, children/young people Norway 1
Title: Free Style: An Anti Drug Intervention
Summary: Peer education programme which works to reduce harm and the negative consequences of drug use for individuals and society. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation family, school children/young people Norway 1
Title: MOT: Courage
Summary: MOT is a school programme aiming to reduce bullying, violence and drug use and to improve quality of life. >>
prevention process evaluation family, school, community adults, children/young people Norway 1
Title: Women's Collective: ARKEN
Summary: ARKEN is a treatment and aftercare programme specifically for women. It primarily follows a 12-step programme building on the philosophy of Alcoholics Anonymous. The treatment phase lasts for 6-9 months and the after care phase lasts for one year. The programme supports participants in their objective of achieving a drug-free life, including improvements to living standards and relationships. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults Norway 1
Title: It's My Choice
Summary: School programme based on the idea that early influences can prevent children and young people from using drugs or at least delay the onset. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation school children/young people Norway 2

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