Scottish Peer Education Network (SPEN) - Resources

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The Scottish Peer Education Network offers links to an extensive resource library of research, manuals, toolkits and policy documents on a wide variety of issues surrounding peer education and working with young people. To search and explore this resource please select a topic and/or an additional search term.

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TitleAuthorDate

National and International Aspects of Doing Harm Reducation Better

Don Des Jarlais

2009

Alcohol and Drug Prevention in Colleges and Universities

2007

Community based interventions to reduce substance misuse among vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people

2007

A Framework for Peer Education by Drug-User Organisations

2007

Prevention of Psychoactive Substance Use

David Hawks, Katie Scott and Nyanda McBride, Mr Paul Jones and Professor Tim Stockwell

2007

Getting to Grips with Substance Misuse among Young People

2006

Peer Education - Issues and Challenges Fact Sheet

UNESCO

2006

Doing It For Themselves (an evaluation of peer approaches to drug prevention)

Micheal Schiner

2005

Risk and Protective Factors for Alcohol and Other Drug Problems in Adolescence and Early Adulthood: Implications for Substance Abuse Prevention

J. David Hawkins, Richard F Catalano, Janet Y. Miller

2003

Peer Education: From Evidence To Practice an alcohol and other drugs primer

Red Cross

2003

Peer Education From Evidence to Practice, An alcohol and other drugs primer

DrugInfo clearing house, Austrailian Drug Foundation

2003

Defining Peer Education

Shiner, M.

2002

Peerbased Addiction Recovery Support: History, theory, practice and scientific evaluation

W.L. White

2002

The Use Of External Agencies in the Delivery of Drug Education Programmes

Sandra Cowper

2002

Understanding Peer Education: Insights From a Process Evaluation

Backett-Milburn, K., Wilson, S.

2000

Peer Helping/Involvement: An Efficacious Way to meet the challenge of reducing Alcohol, Tobacco and other drug use among youth?

David R. Black Nancy S. Tobler John P. Sciacca

1999

Peer Education From Evidence to Practice, An alcohol and other drugs primer

Joanne Mcdonald, Ann Roche, Mitch Durbridge, Natalie Skinner

1997

Teens as Advocates for Substance Use Prevention: Strategies for Implementation

Elaine Tencati, Sara L. Kole, Ellen Feighery, Marilyn Winkleby, David G. Altman

1997

Peer education as a means of drug prevention and education among young people: an evaluation

Jennifer Ward, Gillian Hunter, Robert Power

1995

Does it matter how we refer to individuals with substance related conditions

John F Kelly, Cassandra M Westerhoff

Monitoring and Evaluation Youth Drug Abuse Prevention

Peer Drug Education: the way forward

Judy Orme and Fenella Starkey

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