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A process evaluation of a comprehensive school based injury prevention program

By Rebekah L. Chapman, Lisa Buckley and Mary C. Sheehan

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A process evaluation enables understanding of critical issues that can inform the improved, ongoing implementation of an intervention program. This study describes the process evaluation of a comprehensive, multi-level injury prevention program for adolescents. The program targets change in injury associated with violence, transport and alcohol risks and incorporates two primary elements: an 8-week, teacher delivered attitude and behaviour change curriculum for Grade 8 students; and a professional development program for teachers on school level methods of protection, focusing on strategies to increase students’ connectedness to school

Topics: 111712 Health Promotion, intervention program, multi-level injury
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:48707

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