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Universal provision versus targeting prevention at high risk youth

Mike Ashton has been kind enough to bring my attention to the following paper on Drug and Alcohol Findings:

Universal provision versus targeting prevention at high risk youth

Is it best to focus prevention efforts on youngsters most likely to use substances – or will that miss out many future users who could have benefited from these efforts? This well informed and clear analysis concludes that we just can’t predict well enough to risk leaving some youngsters out.

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Filed under: Drug and Alcohol Findings, drug education

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