alexa Student desires for a university drug education program.
Psychiatry

Psychiatry

Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy

Author(s): Jensen M, Wakat D, Gansneder B, Paviour PB

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Abstract A questionnaire was designed to determine the type of drug education program most desired by undergraduate students attending a major university. The survey was to provide the basis for a comprehensive drug education program. The 101 item questionnaire elicited responses from 656 undergraduates in categories ranging from knowledge base to credible information sources. The analysis of student desires as they relate to program design is included in this article. The students strongly believed the university should provide a drug education program. In particular they desired a credit course dealing with both drugs and alcohol. They also wanted regularly published articles on drugs in school publications. The most credible knowledge sources were PhDs and MDs. Students also wanted contact with former drug users. More than half the students believed that values clarification and "coping skills" training would decrease their drug use. In general more women than men were likely to utilize such resources.
This article was published in J Drug Educ and referenced in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy

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