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|Publisher:||臺北市 ： 國立臺灣師範大學衛生教育學系 衛生教育研究所,|
Adolescent substance abuse results from a multifactorial interaction. The preventive measures may emphasize the effect of family education on the prevention of adolescent substance abuse other than the widespread method through formal education. This study conducted parenting education focusing on the prevention of substance abuse through carrying out a workshop of parent growth group. Intervention strategies include course activity, a manual of substance abuse prevention and media. The effectiveness of the intervention was subsequently evaluated. A pretest-posttest control group study design was utilized and a self-developed structured questionnaire was used for data collection. A total of 33 parents were recruited for the experimental group and 49 parents were recruited for the control group. Results showed that parents in the experimental group and the control group were significantly different in substance abuse knowledge, family connectedness, family communication, educating children in refusal skills, overseeing children's behaviors and self- efficacy in preventing children's substance abuse. These results indicate that the educational module used in the study revealed significant effects on enhancing parents' knowledge and skills in preventing children's substance abuse and on reinforcing the protective factors of family. Recommendations include: (1) training teachers for promoting the educational module; (2) producing CD Roms of the teaching materials or uploading teaching materials for the promotion purpose; (3) constructing the preventive network in school and community for reaching the goal of substance abuse prevention among adolescents; (4) actively declaring and promoting the notion of drug education and avoiding labels.
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