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Adolescent Diagnostic Interview
Useful instrument for adolescent substance use and abuse assessment. It is comprehensive, theoretically-based and has good psychometric properties.
Treatment, Prevention Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents en, es
Age of beginning
It has been found that age of beginning to use a substance is a major predictor of later use and problems associated with use. Note: in the instrument on 'Age of Beginning' a low score means a high level of awareness.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Assertiveness
Many programmes attempt to teach young people the skills to withstand social pressure. Note: in these instruments a low score means a high level of assertiveness.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Attitudes to Drug Use
Attitudes are dispositions to evaluate an object either positively or negatively. In general, while they are important context measures, they do not predict actual behaviour very well. They should not be used as a substitute for measures of behaviour.
Prevention Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en, es, ro
Awareness of Community Projects
A scale adapted from evaluations of a number of community projects that sought to establish the extent to which people were aware of and participated in community programmes.
Prevention Process Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Beliefs about Consequences
Beliefs about the consequences of drug use can be categorised in two ways: whether they are (i) positive or negative and (ii) short-term or long-term. Such beliefs are more closely related to behaviour if focused on personal use and in specific contexts.
Prevention Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en, es, ro
Bonding to Conventional Institutions
Designed to assess the bonding to institutions (family, school, community, religion, police). Evidence shows that it is a restraining factor in substance use and an important mediator factor for the efficacy of interventions.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Bonding to Parents and Family
In the CORE SCALES the items are built around the extent to which respondents perceive that they get on well with their family and on the importance that they attach to this relationship.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
CMRS Scales for Substance Abuse Treatment
CMR is designed to measure motivation and readiness for treatment and to predict retention in treatment among abusers of illicit drugs
Treatment Outcome Adolescents, Adults en, es
Construyendo salud.
Scales used to measure the result indicators during the evaluation process.
Prevention Process, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children es, ro
Cuestionario sobre Indicadores de Calidad en Comunidad Terapica
It evaluates quality standards for residential drug treatment services
Treatment Process Adults es
Decision Making Skills
The measurement of decision making skills is of particular relevance where a programme emphasises personal decisions. Note: in the instruments on Decision Making Skills a low score means a high level of decision making skills.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Diferencial Semantico (DS) (in Spanish)
SD-TC is a self-reported instrument designed to provide information for structure and process evaluation in residential therapeutic communities for substance misusers.
Treatment Process Adults es
Drug Use Disorders Identification Test - DUDIT
Screens effectively for drug-related problems in clinically selected groups and may prove useful in the context of public health surveys.
Treatment, Prevention Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en, fr, de, es, pt, da, no, sv, fi, hu, nl, hr, is, tr
Entrevista de Valoración (in Spanish)
EI-TC is a semi-structured interview designed to provide information for structure and process evaluation in residential therapeutic communities for substance misusers.
Treatment Process Adults es
European Drug Abuse Prevention Trial (EUDAP) — Process
This questionnaire has been designed for the process evaluation and monitoring of the DAP (Drug Abuse Prevention Trial), a multi-centre randomised controlled evaluation study of a school-based prevention programme.
Prevention Process, Needs and planning Adolescents en, it, de, es, sv, nl, el
European Drug Abuse Prevention Trial - Outcome
This questionnaire has been designed for the evaluation of the DAP (Drug Abuse Prevention Trial), a multi-centre randomised controlled evaluation study of a school-based prevention programme.
Prevention Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents en, it, de, es, sv, nl, el
Experienced Effects of Drug Use
Experienced effects indicate the extent to which respondents have actually experienced particular effects of drug use, rather than whether or not they believe that particular outcomes will occur.
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Familiarity and Awareness of Drugs
While knowledge measures are not frequently used, largely because they are found not to predict behaviour, they might be of interest for some evaluations.
Prevention Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en, es, ro
Implementation of a School Programme: Fidelity to Plan
A rating schedule adapted and modified from a number of sources to reflect the most important dimensions in the formative evaluation of a school programme.
Prevention Process, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Intention
There is considerable evidence that 'intention' is a powerful predictor of later use. Intentions can also be a useful measure at a relatively young age when measures of use might not be very sensitive.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en, es, ro
Inventario de Procesos de Cambio (in Spanish)
IPC-AH is based on the Processes of Change Inventory for smokers and is designed to assess behavioural changes in opiate misusers.
Treatment Outcome Adults es
Involvement of Participants
Designed to assess the involvement of teachers and studentsin the implementation of a programme.
Prevention Process, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Maudsley Addiction Profile
MAP is designed to assess 4 domains (substance use, health risk behaviour, physical and psychological health, personal/social functioning) in people with drug and alcohol problems.
Treatment Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adults en, fr, it, es
Motivation and School Attendance
Of all of the important factors predicting dropping out from school, motivation and school attendance are among the most important. This scale is intended for use by student's class teacher at primary or post-primary school.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Children es, ro
National Youth Survey
National Youth Survey is the Data Collection Instrument built to collect individual level data for the National Cross-Site Evaluation of High-Risk Youth (HRY) Programs.
Prevention Process Adolescents, Children en, es
Normative Influences
The most widely accepted approach to the measurement of normative influence is to establish the frequency with respondents perceive peers and relevant other to use a particular substance.
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children es, ro
Normative Influences (II): Approval
Another important feature of normative influence is perceived approval. The questionnaire investigates on a number of items on peer approval ranging from immediate peers (best friends) to remote peers (people of same age).
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Parental Regulation
On parental regulation, two aspects are found to be important in relation to drugs, 'strictness and supervision'. The questionnaireinvestigates both overall regulation by parents perceived parental regulation of use of drugs.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Parental Risk Factors
Parental risk factors can be divided into broad categories (i) factors specific to drugs (ii) factors relating to supervision and regulation, and (iii) home atmosphere. The CORE SCALES focus on each of these areas.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Perceived Access to Drugs
Perceived access to substances is a strong predictor of use and is an important risk factor. The questionnaire focuses on thisaspect rather than attempting to gauge the extent to which such access is possible.
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Perceived Extent of Drug Problems
Designed to gauge the perception of the size and extent of the drug problem. It is especially valuable in judging the seriousness of a problem.
Prevention Process, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Special populations, Children en, es, ro
Perception of Aspects of School Life
It has been shown that self-perception in school as well as the student's experience of a sense of challenge and perceived value of school are risk factor for drop-out. The CORE SCALE is designed to measure these features.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children es, ro
Perception of Parental Conflict
Parental conflict has been found to be associated with many problems of substance. This scale is concerned with the perception of this conflict by children and adolescents.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Perception of Risks Associated with Drug Use
The perception of risk is closely associated with 'beliefs about negative consequences'. Note: in the instrument on Perception of Risks Associated with drug use a low score means a high level of awareness.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Perception of Social Support/Order
It has been found that degree of perceived social support from parents and friends is a restraining factor in relation to drugs. Note: in the instruments on perception of Social Support / Order a low score means a high level of social support.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Personal Experience Inventory (PEI)
Designed to identify problems commonly associated with adolescent substance abuse. Also documents the onset, nature and degree of alcohol and other substance involvement, and the personal risk factors that may precipitate or maintain substance abuse.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents en, es
Personal Experience Screening Questionnaire
Designed to briefly screen for an indication of the need for a comprehensive drug use evaluation and to scan for select psychosocial problems and faking good and faking bad tendencies.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adults en, es
Problem Behaviour
A large body of evidence shows the relationship between self-reported problem behaviour and drug use. The different forms of problem behaviour will be influenced by the cultural context of the evaluation and by the nature of the intervention.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Problem Oriented Screening Instrument for Parents (POSIP)
Designed to identifywith parents potential problem areas that require further in-depth assessment.
Treatment, Prevention Needs and planning Adults en, es
Problem Oriented Screening Instrument for Teenagers (POSIT)
Designed to identify problems and potential treatment or service needs in 10 areas, including substance abuse, mental and physical health, and social relations in adolescents.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents en, es
Protective Factors- Involvement with Parents
One of the most important protective influences with regard to problem behaviour (including substance use and dropping out from school) is involvement with parents. This scale attempts to measure the frequency of such involvement.
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children es, ro
Ratings of Social and Anti-Social Behaviour (Aggression)
Anti-social behaviour and aggression have been shown to be a major risk factor for drug use. The strongest indicators of such behaviour involve ratings rather than self-reports. The scale is meant for someone familiar with a child/adolescent's behaviour.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, pt, ro
School Achievement
Of all of the important factors predicting dropping out from school, achievment and motivation as well as school attendance are among the most important. The scale is intended for use by student's class teacher at primary or post-primary school.
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children es, ro
Self-Esteem
The CORE SCALE draws on the most commonly used items in the measurement of self-esteem considered as a mediator factor related to experimenting with drugs.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
The Health-Related Quality of Life for Drug Abusers Test (HRQOLDA Test)
HRQOLDA test has been developed as a standardized measure useful to measure the impact of treatment in health-related quality of life of drug abusers.
Treatment Outcome Adults es
Treatment Perceptions Questionnaire (TPQ)
The TPQ is a brief scale to measure client satisfaction with treatment for substance use problems.
Treatment Process Adults en, it, es
Use of Combinations of Legal and Illegal Drugs
Considerable attention has been given to the measurement of combinations of legal and illegal drugs which are used on the same occasion. The CORE SCALE has been abstracted from studies which have measured such use as one aspect of drug use.
Prevention Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Views regarding action on drugs
Community views on the effectiveness of various approaches to prevention of drug use is an important component of the effectiveness of interventions. The instrument below seeks to identify the attitudes and beliefs that people hold on these actions.
Prevention Process, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en, es, ro
Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory — ZTPI
The test can be individually (diagnostic) or collectively administrated (screening). Investigates how people project themselves in time, according to their orientation (to past, present and future) and attitudes (positive, negative, fatalistic or hedonist)
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Adults en, fr, it, de, ru, es, pt, sv, pl, nl, lt, el

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