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Teaching in the tender years 342Kb PDF file
British review of primary school drug education concludes that long-term, intensive, interactive programmes involving parents and the wider community can have a worthwhile impact on later drug use.
Project MATCH: unseen colossus 727Kb PDF file
Aided by the US investigators and British experts, FINDINGS analyses what was intended to be the definitive test of whether different types of alcohol dependent patients benefit from different kinds of psychosocial therapies.
The danger of warnings 378Kb PDF file
In the early 1970s Dutch health educators put the dominant 'scare' approach to drug education to the test and found it led to more substance use. Their seminal study caused a rethink of national policy here and in the Netherlands.
How to show treatment works 321Kb PDF file
The leader of the drug treatment commissioning advisory body for England gives his views on the data services need to provide in order to convince the commissioners that their treatments really do work.
Are we right to spend more? 292Kb PDF file
Commissioners in London wanted to know if they were getting value for money from extending residential and day care stays for substance dependent clients. To find out they trialed the Christo Inventory, a new quick and simple monitoring tool.
First glossary of technical terms related to the evaluation of interventions 402Kb PDF file
Scientific and statistical definitions adapted to the context of drug and alcohol interventions.