Evaluation of Drug Prevention Communications Project for Young People

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McDonnell, Brian, Nissen, Sonja and Sampson, Alice 2006. Evaluation of Drug Prevention Communications Project for Young People. London Centre for Institutional Studies, University of East London.
AuthorsMcDonnell, Brian, Nissen, Sonja and Sampson, Alice
Abstract

This report on the findings of the evaluation of a drug prevention communications project for young people was commissioned by the Partnership Board of the Drugs Communication Team and conducted by researchers at the Centre for Institutional
Studies at the University of East London.
The research included a survey of young people’s drug use and knowledge about
drugs (156 young people). Twenty-eight focus groups to assess the effectiveness of
the web-site (94 young people), and eight in-depth interviews with professions to
obtain their views of the website were completed. Existing research on drug use
and websites, and the project’s monitoring data was collated and six steering group
meetings attended.

Keywordsdrugs awareness; 11-18 year olds; Redbridge; Waltham Forest; drugs education; teenagers
Year2006
PublisherCentre for Institutional Studies, University of East London
Place of publicationLondon
Publication dates
PrintApr 2006
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Deposited28 Sep 2009
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McDonnell, B., Nissen, S., Sampson, A. (2006) ‘Evaluation of Drug Prevention Communications Project for Young People’ CIS Research Report 1, London: Centre for Institutional Studies, University of East London..

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