Peer reviewed research evidence papers
To date, 27 peer-reviewed papers have been published reporting on the effectiveness of the Climate Schools program in leading journals (e.g. Psychological Medicine, Addiction, And Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry). A list of the published papers for Climate Schools is available here: https://www.climateschools.com.au/our-research
Newton, N.C., Vogl, L.E., Teesson, M., & Andrews, G. (2011). Developing the Climate Schools: Alcohol and cannabis module: A harm minimisation, universal drug prevention program facilitated by the internet. Substance Use & Misuse, 46(13): 1651-1663.
Newton, N.C., Teesson, M., & Newton, K.L. (2012). Developing the Climate Schools: Ecstasy Module – a universal Internet-based drug prevention program. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 44 (5).
Vogl, L., Teesson, M., Newton, N.C., & Gavin Andrews. (2012). Developing a school-based drug prevention program to overcome barriers to effective program implementation: The CLIMATE Schools: Alcohol module. Open Journal of Preventative Medicine, 2: 410-422.
Champion, K.E., Teesson, M., & Newton, N.C. (2015). Development of a universal Internet-based prevention program for ecstasy and new psychoactive substances. Open Journal of Preventative Medicine, 5: 23-30.
Has a cost benefit study been undertaken and published?