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The Adolescent Brain: A Unique Vulnerability to Substances

The Adolescent Brain: A Unique Vulnerability to Substances

This extended briefing paper forms part of a mini-series on the ‘Brain under Construction’. It is intended to be read alongside the other papers in the series (available on the Mentor UK website). Adolescence is a period of discovery and experimentation during which many young people start to explore what […]

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Alcohol and drug education in 2017: our findings

Improvements in PSHE provision, especially alcohol and drug education, are essential to ensuring students’ academic, personal and social wellbeing is supported. This report indicates that little has changed in the thinking of schools, students or other stakeholders since our report on the evaluation of Mentor-ADEPIS in 2013. Many thanks to Angela […]

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October 12 – Preventing NPS misuse among young people

Mentor are determined to bring evidence-based practice to mainstream education. We will do this through the delivery of free regional teacher training sessions and seminars exploring best practice in prevention and showcasing CAYT quality-assessed programmes for young people. In October 2017 Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) hosted our most recent Mentor-ADEPIS seminar, which focussed on […]

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Webinar: Evidence-based approaches to alcohol and drug prevention in schools

On 17th October 2017, Ian MacDonald provided an introductory overview of evidence-based approaches which can be adopted when delivering alcohol and drug education in classroom settings. View the webinar by clicking the video link below:

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