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Many public health campaigns are designed to combat the opioid crisis in America. However, these campaigns are often ineffective or even counterproductive. To explore what contributes to the (in)effectiveness of these campaigns, an online experiment was conducted among a convenience sample of...
The use of prescription opioids is a matter of concern among academics and practitioners, but there remains a lack of programming to target this issue. One program, This Is (Not) About Drugs (TINAD), is intended to address part of this need by altering youth perceptions of the risks associated...
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