Clinical Trial

Alcohol and Violence Prevention for College Students

Study Description

Alcohol and Violence Prevention for College Students

Heavy episodic drinking and sexual assault (SA) are problematic on college campuses. This project will adapt already developed interventions targeting alcohol use and SA to a mHealth format and involve content that incorporates federal guidelines and CDC recommendations to integrate both bystander intervention and risk reduction content with new innovative personalized content for each risk group (cis-gender heterosexual men, cis-gender heterosexual women, and sexual/gender minorities). Alpha testing with key stakeholders, an open pilot trial, and a randomized pilot trial will be conducted to establish acceptability and to estimate sample size for a larger randomized controlled trial.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Behavioral - ASAP (Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention)

This is an integrated social norms-based personalized feedback intervention for college students targeting alcohol misuse and sexual assault.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Alcohol and Violence Prevention for College Students

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04089137

ParticipAid ID

b82ZLe