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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
Title: Sensitization of the youth population and their families to the problems resulting from drug use, via the Internet (website) and new mobile technologies (SMS).
Summary: The project "Sensitization of the youth population and their families to the problems resulting from drug use, through the Internet (website) and new mobile technologies (SMS)" has been created by health professionals, university professors and experts in the field of addictions. Its primary aim is the prevention of addictive behaviours among youth. >>
prevention process evaluation community general population, family/parents, adults, children/young people Spain 1
Title: Brief intervention in alcohol-related traffic casualties (BITA)
Summary: This is a brief intervention that aims to influence the drinking behaviour of non-alcoholics, especially in relation to driving in the hospital setting. The specific aims are to reduce alcohol consumption among traffic accident victims with a positive Blood Alcohol Concentration (BACs) but who are not dependent on alcohol within a one year period after the accident and to reduce the number of alcohol-related traffic accidents among victims who have received the intervention. >>
prevention evaluation of intervention planning, outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation adults Spain 3
Title: The programme is named “xkpts.com” (reader: “perquèpetes.com”). The subtitle is cannabis consumption prevention programme in youth. The original name is referred to the possible two meanings that “peta” has in Catalan at present: on one side, is the colloquial name that joint receive among catalan youth; on the other side the verb “petar” means in Catalan to explode. The idea is that the consumption of “petes” cant take you to the failure and the interrogation mark included in the name pretend that young people consider if this is really convenient.
Summary: School-based preventive programme to face the beginning of cannabis consumption. It is recommended in Secondary school, during the last too years of compulsory school, preferably in 9th grade (3º ESO, in the Spanish educational system). The programme contains four units, with 16 activities, to be implemented in 6-10 class hours. The responsible of implementation is the teacher who takes care of each group. The Public Health Agency of Barcelona finance the materials and give training for teachers and technical support trough the reference health teams in each district of the town. Materials are: a flyer with information for subscribing the school in each school-year; a teacher guide with the main instructions about how implement the programme; a DVD with a story that will permit give the context to cannabis consumption in the student environment; a little brochure with cannabis information and prevention for parents; a web addressed to students (www.xkpts.com) and protocol guide for teachers explaining how combine and order the different intervention parts. Participant teachers have to full a process evaluation sheet. A training course of 6 hours is offered to new implementers. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation family, school family/parents, children/young people Spain 3
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: Pilot Programme For The Collaboration Between The Community Assistance Service For Drug Addicts And The Pharmacologists' Official Body
Summary: The general objective of the programme is to increase the efficacy of detoxification treatments carried out at Community Assistance Centres for drug addicts, in order to decrease risks and harm related to drug abuse. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Spain 1
Title: Pilot Programme for Individual Social Reintegration Allowance
Summary: A service offering individual allowances for users of different programmes in the Community Assistance Service for drug-addicted individuals (then known as "SPOTT"). The main therapeutic objective of this programme was to achieve social reintegration of former drug addicts. >>
social reintegration outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults Spain 1
Title: Intervention Programme for High-risk Drug Addicted Pregnant Women.
Summary: The project improves the follow up of pregnant women attending the centre and reduces drug related harm on the women and their babies. >>
treatment outcome evaluation, process evaluation adults, children/young people Spain 1
Title: Energy Control (Information and Guidance for Youngsters in the Techno Scene)
Summary: Produces and disseminates information and guidance for young people participating in the techno scene in order to prevent drug abuse and eliminate or reduce the risks associated to it. >>
prevention outcome evaluation, process evaluation party scene children/young people Spain 1
Title: Municipal Programme on the Prevention of Youth Alcoholism. Supply Reduction Subprogramme
Summary: Intends to reduce offer and availability of alcohol for youngsters, and at the same time, to attenuate other problems related to alcohol abuse, such as road accidents. >>
prevention process evaluation community children/young people Spain 1

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