Exploring the feasability of developing internet-based Health Promotion materials for third-level students
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Doyle, P. & Sixsmith, J. (2008). Exploring the Feasibility of Developing Internet Based Health Promotion Materials for Third Level Students. Report to the HSE and Student Services of UCC, TCD and NUIG.
This is the first phase of a joint initiative between the Health Service Executive, University College Cork (UCC), Trinity College, Dublin (TCD) and NUI Galway (NUIG). It is a nine month research study exploring the feasibility of the development of internet based health promotion materials for Irish third level students, with a particular focus on alcohol use. To achieve this aim, the study was divided into four components; a brief review of the literature, qualitative research to assess both the perspectives of students and university personnel, specifically computer services and recommendations for future development.