Alcohol and Substance Use

InCHIP’s alcohol and substance use research includes, but is not limited to, the development and application of risk reduction interventions for HIV-positive or at-risk populations (e.g., intravenous drug users), college students engaging in hazardous drinking episodes, and adolescents at risk for substance use through exposures to smoking and alcohol cues in mass media. An additional example of InCHIP’s substance use research is our analytic work evaluating the influence of tobacco products’ graphic warning labels on the tobacco use patterns of target populations (e.g., youth and pregnant women).

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Alcohol and Substance Use Resources


InCHIP Alcohol and Substance Use Researchers