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PHR - 10/3002/09

Steps towards alcohol misuse prevention programme (STAMPP): a school and community based cluster randomised controlled trial

Project title: Steps towards alcohol misuse prevention programme (STAMPP): a school and community based cluster randomised controlled trial

Call to action: 10/3002 10/3002 Interventions to prevent hazardous drinking of alcohol by school aged children and young people

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Harry SumnallORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-7841-9245

Lead Author: Professor Harry Sumnall

Contractor: Liverpool John Moores University

Cost: £997,570.00

Co-investigators: Dr Andrew Percy, Dr Jon Cole, Miss Lynn Murphy, Professor David Foxcroft.

Started: November 2011 | Status: Published April 2017

ISRCTN: 47028486

A combined classroom curriculum and parental intervention, delivered to 12-13 year old students, reduced heavy episodic drinking at 33 months but not self-reported alcohol-related harms.

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