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Reducing High-Risk Alcohol Behaviors
The Fifth National Doctors of Nursing Practice Conference: Evidence-Based DNP Education
  • Janette S. Neuman, Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne
Document Type
Presentation
Document Subtype
Abstract
Presentation Date
9-19-2012
Conference Name
The Fifth National Doctors of Nursing Practice Conference: Evidence-Based DNP Education
Conference Location
St. Louis, MO
Peer Review
Contributed
Abstract

Clinical question: Does a theoretically supported, evidence-based alcohol risk reduction intervention implemented in a college health setting by an advanced practice nurse demonstrate improved alcohol related health outcomes for a Midwestern university campus? Answers to this question are discussed as obtained through implementation of a translational research project in 2011 on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

Keywords
  • High-risk drinking,
  • intervention,
  • AUDIT,
  • college-age
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Citation Information
Janette S. Neuman. "Reducing High-Risk Alcohol Behaviors" The Fifth National Doctors of Nursing Practice Conference: Evidence-Based DNP Education (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/janette_jones/6/