Differences in self-reported episodic drinking and feeling drunk in the u.s. military
Learning Areas:Planning of health education strategies, interventions, and programs
Social and behavioral sciences
Assess patterns of drinking behavior among active duty military members, specifically examining underage personnel. Evaluate various facilitators and barriers to drinking behavior in the active duty military to determine the extent prevention and treatment strategies can utilize these measures. Compare drinking behaviors in the past month between underage and legal age by self-reported drinking intensity level.
Keyword(s): Alcohol Use
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: I have several yearsâ experience working with topics concerning military and veteran populations, family and child development, and educational evaluations. Recently I has worked on projects for multiple federal agencies on customer satisfaction, election statistics, and health related issues using both web and paper survey forms. I have also worked with a team at the University of Tennessee in collecting and analyzing data from parents of young children with special needs.
Any relevant financial relationships? No
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