Interventions for prevention of drug use by young people delivered in non-school settings.

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Gates, S; McCambridge, J; Smith, LA; Foxcroft, DR;
  • Publisher: Cochrane Collaboration

: Interventions intended to prevent or reduce use of drugs by young people may be delivered in schools or in other settings. This review aims to summarise the current literature about the effectiveness of interventions delivered in non schools settings.<br/> : (1) - To ... View more
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