Using a Public Health and Quality Improvement Approach to Address High-Risk Drinking with 32 Colleges and Universities: White Paper

Summarizes the outcomes demonstrated by the establishment and work of the National College Health Improvement Program (NCHIP)—a collaborative network of 32 colleges and universities which has implemented a two-year long comprehensive,  multi-pronged approach using both a public health and improvement focus, in addressing high-risk drinking on their campuses. 

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