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Prevention Profiles: Take Five was launched in January 2018. Each podcast is posted monthly and features interviews with individuals at the federal, national, state, and local levels, based around five questions related to drug abuse prevention among college students.

 


Ryan Snow
September 3, 2019

Prevention Profiles: Take Five - Ryan Snow (University Police Officer)

Ryan Snow, a police officer within a large university police department, is our guest for this month's episode of "Prevention Profiles: Take Five." Ryan talks about how law enforcement is involved with drug prevention, the dangers of marijuana use, how he helped a student struggling with inhalant misuse, and much more.
Dr. Amelia Arria
August 6, 2019

Prevention Profiles: Take Five - Dr. Amelia M. Arria (University of Maryland)

Dr. Amelia M. Arria, Director of the Center on Young Adult Health and Development and the Office of Planning and Evaluation at the University of Maryland School of Public Health, is our guest this month. During this episode, Amelia discusses the research on college stimulant use, the connection between students 'stopping out' and drug use, parenting style and its effect on prevention, and much more.
Erica Phillips
May 14, 2019

Prevention Profiles: Take Five - Dr. Erica Phillips (Ohio State University)

Dr. Erica Phillips, Associate Director in the Center for the Study of Student Life at the Ohio State University, is this episode's guest. During the interview, Erica discusses key findings from the College Prescription Drug Study (which she helps to coordinate), talks about where college students are getting prescription drugs to misuse, some of the top reasons students misuse medication, plus much more.
Dr. David Anderson
April 16, 2019

Prevention Profiles: Take Five - Dr. David S. Anderson (George Mason University)

Dr. David Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Education and Human Development at George Mason University, is our guest for this episode. David, who serves as one of the authors of the College Alcohol Survey, talks about some of the positive changes he’s seen in campus prevention programs since the survey began in the late 1970s. He also discusses his concerns, and gives concise advice to anyone looking to help prevent drug abuse among college students.

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