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How To Reduce High-Risk College Drinking: Use Proven Strategies, Fill Research Gaps

Research-based Recommendations: What Colleges Can Do Now; Filling Key Research Gaps

The reviews of existing research commissioned by the Panel found a substantial number of approaches with moderate to significant evidence of effectiveness. They also found a few strategies that were clearly ineffective. For the most part, the approaches identified targeted:

  • The environment,
  • Students as individuals or by specific group (e.g., women, members of sororities or fraternities, athletes),
  • Colleges and their surrounding communities as a whole, and
  • Issues affecting the implementation of prevention programs aimed at reducing high-risk drinking and its consequences.

Methodology and Caveats

Creating an Environment That Discourages High-risk Drinking

Promoting Healthy Behaviors Through Individual-and Group-focus Approaches

Comprehensive College-community Interventions

Managing Program Implementation Effectively

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Last reviewed: 9/23/2005


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