Evaluating Environmental Management Approaches to Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention

Outlines an evaluation process for institutions of higher education that applies environmental alcohol and other drug prevention approaches and want to know if their efforts are effective, through a five step scenario: (1) describe the intervention; (2) identify process measures; (3) identify outcome measures; (4) select a research design; and (5) adopt/adapt/apply the results.

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The Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention
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