Young adults are an important population for substance use prevention efforts. This webinar will review the process of developing an evidence- based guide on substance use prevention for young adults, including:
- reviewing the literature and science
- examining emerging and best practices
- determining key components of peer-reviewed models that effect policies and programs, and
- identifying challenges and gaps in implementation.
Presenter Kim Dash, Ph.D., is a senior research scientist with Education Development Center. Her work focuses on translating research and practice on disease and risk prevention into evidence-informed interventions that improve public health.