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Adapting an online prevention program to the higher education area in Germany

  • Purpose: Hazardous alcohol consumption among university students represents a prime health risk for this population. Due to a lack of appropriate German-language (online) prevention programs, an existing U.S.-American program was transferred to the German higher education area and then evaluated. Method: For this purpose, both qualitative focus groups and a quantitative evaluation were undertaken. The guided focus groups allowed a further adaptation of the prevention program: An improved frequency–quantity questionnaire for the drinking behavior of German-speaking students was developed, and thresholds for hazardous consumption were included. Results: The additional quantitative verification of the adaptation found that 65.9% of the surveyed students found the adapted program suitable for the higher education context and 62.6% stated that every university should provide such a program. Discussion: The adaptation process described here made it possible to develop an online prevention program tailored to the lifeworld of students in the German-speaking region.

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Author:M. Braun, T. Ganz, T. Heidenreich, M. Laging
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1177/1049731520905110
Parent Title (English):Research on Social Work Practice
Publisher:SAGE Publications
Place of publication:Thousand Oaks, CA
Document Type:Article
Language:English
Year of Completion:2020
Release Date:2021/02/01
Volume:30
Issue:5
Page Number:9
First Page:496
Last Page:504
Institutes:Fakultäten / Soziale Arbeit, Gesundheit und Pflege
Open Access?:nur im Hochschulnetz
Relevance:Peer reviewed Publikation in Thomson-Reuters-Listung
Licence (German):License LogoVeröffentlichungsvertrag ohne Print-on-Demand