Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction

Universal, Family-based Substance Abuse Prevention for Youth (Rapid Review)

This publication has been archived on the CCSA website and was current when it was published. It is available for reference or research purposes.

Examines whether universal substance use prevention programs are equally effective for males and females. This rapid review indicates that gender is an important consideration when developing youth prevention programs, particularity for young males.

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