Education/Prevention – alcohol

New guidelines of CAYT repository of impact studies, 2016
CAYT‘s primary aim is to provide education and prevention practitioners with evidence of what has proved – or is promising – to be of good practice; to highlight those programmes showing high effectiveness and rigorous evidence | CAYT – Mentor – ADEPIS, UK

The international evidence on the prevention of drug and alcohol use Summary and examples of implementation in England, 2015 (PDF)
The briefing provides a summary of the UNODC prevention standards and gives corresponding examples of relevant UK guidelines, programmes and interventions currently available in England. Its aim is to help people who commission, develop and implement prevention strategies and interventions to translate the standards into the English operating landscape. It also aims to support local authority commissioners to develop their prevention strategies and implement them in line with evidence | PHE, UK

Investigating the effectiveness of education in relation to alcohol, 2011 (PDF)
This review examined evidence for school and family linked alcohol education programmes to reduce or prevent the misuse of alcohol by young people. The review aimed to identify critical programme or contextual elements positively associated with evidence of effectiveness. The review paid particular attention to, but was not confined to programmes that included social norms education and/or life skills training and/or the Good Behaviour Game and/or peer‐to‐peer delivery components | University of Stirling, UK