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ERIC Number: ED402803
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Jan
Pages: 381
Abstractor: N/A
A Winning Combination: An Alcohol, Other Drug, and Traffic Safety Handbook for College Campuses.
Anderson, David, Ed.
This manual addresses the social and legal issues facing college administrators today in dealing with alcohol and other drug problems. It is a guide for colleges and universities to develop individualized alcohol, drug, and traffic safety programs. The first part, entitled "Insights," presents background articles by professionals in higher education, dealing with the various elements a college program should address. The articles include: (1) "The Challenge: Creating Change on the College Campus" (T. Griffin and J.W. Quinlan); (2) "Getting Started" (D.S. Anderson); (3) "Evaluation and Assessment" (T.K. Greenfield); (4) "How to Design Campus Alcohol, Other Drug and Traffic Safety Criteria" (D.C. Roberts); (5) "Large Scale Efforts for Colleges and Universities" (J.S. Keane); (6)"Small Scale Efforts for Colleges and Universities" (J. Kinney and P.E. Meilman); (7) "Dealing With Problems--A Wellness Perspective" (D. Emmerling); and "Dealing With Problems--Intervention, Referral and Treatment" (M.L. Upcraft); (8) "Personnel and Training" (S. Nelson); (9) "The Campus in the Community" (B. Donovan); (10) "Some Final Considerations" (D.D. Gehring, S.M. Janosik, and S.L. Hatos); and (11) "Safety Belt Programs" (J.K. Wener). The second section, entitled "Resources," contains "hands-on" resource materials in support of each of the topics covered in the first section, including sample fact sheets, handouts, posters, and survey and assessment instruments, that have been tried and found successful on college campuses. An appendix contains a list of resource organizations. (Individual articles contain references.) (PRW)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom; Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (DOT), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Hazelden Services, Inc., Minneapolis, MN.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A