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Hope, Ann and Dring, Cindy and Dring, John (2005) College Lifestyle and Attitudinal National (CLAN) Survey. Dublin: Health Promotion Unit, Department of Health and Children.

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The aims of the CLAN survey were to establish a national student profile of lifestyle habits. The survey was undertaken by the Department of Health and Children among undergraduate full-time students during the academic year 2002/2003 in 21 third level colleges in Ireland. The results of the study showed that cannabis was the most common illegal drugs used by students, with 37% reporting that they had used in the past 12 months, and 20% during the past 30 days. Drug use in the student population was much higher than in the 2003 NACD drug prevalence survey. The survey also measured alocohol related harm, such as effects on study and financial probles.


Date:2005
Call No:GA2, TN, VH4.2
Pages:49 p.
Page Range:1 - 53
Publisher:Health Promotion Unit, Department of Health and Children
Place of Publication:Dublin
ISBN:0-9544914-3-2
Keywords:student, student behavior, binge drinking, drinking behavior, lifestyle, good health, sexual behavior, state of health
Notes:includes graphs, tables, bibliographic references
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Accession Number:HRB 2853 (Available)
Subjects:N Communication, information and education > Educational environment (school / college) > Student behaviour and participation
VA Geographic area > Europe > Ireland
F Concepts in psychology > Attitude and behaviour > Attitude toward substance use
T Demographic characteristics > Undergraduate or graduate student
A Substance use, abuse, and dependence > Prevalence > Substance use behaviour

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