Meeting the challenges of designing an intervention for high risk adolescents
Sheehan, Mary C. & Chapman, Rebekah L. (2005) Meeting the challenges of designing an intervention for high risk adolescents. In International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety Miniseminar, 26 August, Oslo, Norway.
The overall goal of the intervention research is to reduce injuries among young people (Year 9 level) that are due to risk taking behaviour.
Risk taking behaviours: Underage drinking and other substance use; Underage/unlawful driving; Riding as passengers of drink drivers and drink cycling; Interpersonal violence.
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