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2012-2012

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Background and study aims It has been estimated that approximately 20% of all Swedish children grow up with parents having alcohol problems, which may result in negative outcomes in these children. Hence, most Swedish municipalities provide resources for support, but at the same time figures show that not even 2% receive support, mainly due to difficulties in identifying and recruiting these children into support programs. Delivering intervention programs to children and adolescents via the Internet seems a promising strategy, but to date, the number of web-based interventions aimed at this target group is very scarce. We have therefore developed a novel internet-delivered therapist assisted self-help intervention called the web-ICAIP (Individual Coping and Alcohol Intervention Program) for adolescents having parents with alcohol problems. The purpose of the web-ICAIP, which solely takes place on the Internet, is to strengthen adolescents’ coping behaviour, improve their mental health, and postpone the onset or decrease risky alcohol consumption. The program consists of film-based lectures and stories, various exercises, and personalized feedback. Who can participate? The study is open to Swedish-speaking adolescents between 15 and 19 years old who have at least one parent with alcohol problems. What does the study involve? Participants will be randomly allocated to an intervention group, with access to the web-ICAIP, or to a waiting list control group, representing treatment as usual. The study will run for six months and assessment consists of online self-administered questionnaires that are to be filled in by the participants at baseline and at two follow-ups (after two and six months following the baseline). What are the possible benefits and risks of participating? There may be times where some participants feel discomfort as they are asked to reflect over their own situation. However, it is stressed that the study is anonymous and strictly voluntary, and participants can choose to terminate their involvement at any time. Furthermore, having in mind the overall aim of the web-ICAIP, participation may result in possible benefits such as improved mental health and coping behaviour, and participants may also postpone their onset of alcohol consumption or decrease their risky alcohol use. Where is the study run from? Recruitment will mainly take place at the Drugsmart website (www.drugsmart.com) When is the study starting and how long is it expected to run for? January to July 2012. Who is funding the study? The study has been funded by grants from the Swedish National Institute of Public Health and the Swedish Council for Working Life and Social Research. Who is the main contact? Tobias Elgán at STAD, Stockholm Centre for Psychiatric Research and Education (Sweden). More... »

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