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Digital content: materials, tools, guidelines that are available on the web and/or digital platforms.

Effectiveness: adequacy of an intervention in terms of its intended effect [3].

Efficiency: The relation between a result and the means employed to achieve it [4].

Educational tools: instruments, materials and approaches applied in order to educate.

European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA): Inaugurated in Lisbon in 1995, it is the reference point on drugs and drug addiction information in Europe. It releases an annual report on drug abuse among Europeans [5].

Evaluation: The systematic collection and analysis of information not routinely available about the different aspects of a project or an intervention and its critical appraisal; taking into account different perspectives and applying adequate (social-) scientific research methods and theories [6].

Formal setting or formal education:
is classroom-based, provided by trained teachers. In this kind of set, classrooms have the same kids and the same teachers every day and activities can last several days.
Also, teachers need to meet educational standards and stick to a specified curriculum.


[1] http://www.boysandgirlslabs.eu/
[2] WHO (1998). Health promotion glossary. Geneva, WHO.
[3]Quint-Essenz, Glossary, from www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
[4]Quint-Essenz, Glossary, from www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
[5] http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/
[6]Quint-Essenz, Glossary, from www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
[7] WHO (1998). Health promotion glossary. Geneva, WHO.
[8] Durlak J.A. (1998). Why Program Implementation is important. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the community, 17, 15-8.
[9] http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/emcc/labourmarket/youth.htm

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