Publications #prevention


Common elements of adolescent prevention programming: Minimizing burden while maximizing the reach.

Common elements of adolescent prevention programming: Minimizing burden while maximizing the reach.

The current review identifies common elements across evidence-based prevention programs focused on the promotion of health-related outcomes in adolescents.

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A systematic review of prevention programs targeting depression, anxiety, and stress in university students

A systematic review of prevention programs targeting depression, anxiety, and stress in university students

This review examined effective (i.e., outcome-producing) prevention programs targeting depression, anxiety, and/or stress in university students. Programs could be delivered in a group-based, online/computer-delivered, or self-administered format and at the universal, selective, or indicated prevention level.

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Perceived benefits and proposed solutions for teen pregnancy: Qualitative interviews with youth care workers.

Perceived benefits and proposed solutions for teen pregnancy: Qualitative interviews with youth care workers.

The purpose of this article is to examine youth care workers’ perceptions of the specific and unique sexual health needs of youth at risk for foster care.

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