Giving teens life skills plus information looks a promising combination in preventing substance misuse | The Lifestyle Elf | High School Success |

"..An appraisal of a systematic review on school-based marijuana and alcohol prevention programmes targeting ten to fifteen year olds has been prepared by health-evidence ca., based at McMaster University in Canada. The review compared the effectiveness of school-based programmes which were knowledge-based interventions, providing information only, and comprehensive programmes, which taught refusal, self-management and social skills alongside giving information..."


via @DorleeM

Via Sam Ross, Teenage Whisperer