Xchange prevention registry

About the Xchange prevention registry

Xchange is an online registry of thoroughly evaluated prevention interventions. Use the options below to find prevention programmes or strategies. Find here a toolbox for implementers to make their interventions ready for inclusion in Xchange and fitter for real-life use. Read more about Xchange here.

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The Xchange prevention registry is a collaborative effort between the EMCDDA and a number of partner organisations. Learn more about our partners here.

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List of programmesSearch results

Programme title Date added Countries where evaluated Xchange rating
My Health Diary - a school-based programme to enhance subjective well-being and health by strengthening emotional and social skills and parent-child relationships 06.04.2021 Italy Additional studies recommended
Talk About Alcohol - A school-based intervention focusing on delaying alcohol use by use of pick and mix approach 07.10.2020 UK Additional studies recommended
KiVa (Anti-bullying programme) - Combined universal and indicated type of an anti-bullying programme for school children 07.10.2020 Finland, UK, Italy, Netherlands Likely to be beneficial
Extending opening hours of on-premise alcohol sales 07.10.2020 Norway, Netherlands Possibly harmful
School Health and Alcohol Harm Reduction Project (SHAHRP)/Steps Towards Alcohol Misuse Prevention Programme (STAMPP) - life skills training to reduce alcohol use and harms 07.10.2020 United Kingdom Likely to be beneficial
Life Skills Training (LST) - a classroom-based universal prevention programme to reduce the long-term risk of alcohol, tobacco and drugs in middle-school 07.10.2020 Italy, Spain, USA Additional studies recommended
EFFEKT/Örebro/PAS - To increase parents' attitudes, norm-setting and monitoring about alcohol 07.10.2020 Netherlands, Sweden, Estonia Possibly beneficial
Healthy Schools & Drugs - A school-based prevention programme with education, school regulations and early detection components 07.10.2020 Netherlands Unlikely to be beneficial
Good Behaviour Game (GBG) - group-contingent positive reinforcement of children's prosocial behaviour 07.10.2020 Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, United Kingdom, Estonia, USA Likely to be beneficial
Trampoline - a selective prevention programme to prevent substance use disorders in children from vulnerable families 07.10.2020 Germany Additional studies recommended

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