Presented by Dr Lexine Stapinski and Dr Nicola Newton
Every year, one in four Australian teenagers puts themselves at risk of harm through drug and alcohol use. Research at CREMS shows that these harms can be reduced by school-based prevention programs.
This webinar presents the latest research findings on drug and alcohol use among Australian teenagers. It will review research evidence showing which strategies effectively prevent harm from drug and alcohol use. Attendees will be provided with access to practical tools and resources that are proven to reduce harm. This webinar would suit teachers, parents, principals, counsellors and other professionals working with young people.
Key Learning Outcomes
This webinar will lead to:
~ Improved understanding of the patterns of drug and alcohol use among Australian young people
~ Knowledge about strategies that are effective in preventing drug and alcohol harms
~ Access to free resources, factsheets, and curriculum based programs proven to reduce alcohol/drug-related harms
Download the webinar handout:
- Part 1: comorbidity.edu.au/sites/default/files/cre/page/School-based%20Prevention_Handouts%20Part1.pdf
- Part 2: comorbidity.edu.au/sites/default/files/cre/page/School-based%20Prevention_Handouts%20Part2.pdf
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