Parental alcohol use and resilience in young people: A study of family, peer and school processes. Short report

Aisling McLaughlin, Tara O'Neill, Clare McCartan, Andy Percy, Mark McCann, Oliver Perra, Kathryn Higgins

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Abstract

This study utilised detailed data (on family dynamics, peers, schools and neighbourhoods) collected from 1,097 parents, their children and siblings over a ten year period as part of the Belfast Youth Development Study. This study aimed to investigate child outcomes (substance use, mental health and education/employment) in the context of parental drinking.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyHSC Public Health Agency
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - 8 Mar 2016

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