1.1 Brief Alcohol Interventions for Adolescents and Young Adults. The defining characteristic of a brief intervention is the relatively brief contact time– generally one to five sessions–with a provider such as a physician, nurse, psychologist, counselor, or other service professional.Cited by: 204.
These authors conclude that there is limited evidence to date for the efficacy of smoking-cessation interventions for young adults in the U.S., but also note that the evidence base is limited by the methodologic variability in the studies, the lack of consistency of standard measures of smoking for this age group, and the limited diversity of Cited by: 57.
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May 09, 2013 · Early intervention prevents the onset of delinquent behavior and supports the development of a youth’s assets and resilience. 3 While many past approaches focus on remediating visible and/or longstanding disruptive behavior, research has shown that prevention and early intervention are more effective. 4.