Comparing outcomes of a school based injury prevention intervention for low-medium risk adolescents with high-risk adoelscents
Dingli, Kelly, Buckley, Lisa, Chapman, Rebekah L., Reveruzzi, Bianca, & Sheehan, Mary C. (2013) Comparing outcomes of a school based injury prevention intervention for low-medium risk adolescents with high-risk adoelscents. In 69th Annual American Society of Criminology Conference, 20-23 November 2013, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA. (Unpublished)
High-risk adolescents are shown to jeopardise their future social and health functioning as well as placing themselves and others at immediate risk of harm. The challenge of “reaching” high-risk adolescents, who are often marginalised, is considerable. There is a positive relationship between age and risk taking behaviors during adolescence. This study examines outcomes (alcohol use, transport risk behaviors, violence) of a school based intervention (SPIY) by comparing low-medium risk adolescents with high-risk adolescents over a six month period.
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