In force Publication date 05 Jun 18

Evaluation of a School-Based Intervention Program – NADA Austria’s Anti-Doping School Program

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Project/Report Title: Evaluation of a School-Based Intervention Program – NADA Austria’s Anti-Doping School Program

Researcher(s)/author(s): Dr. Cornelia Blank

Institution(s): University for Health Sciences, Medical Informatics and Technology (UMIT), Austria

Language: English

Year of funding/approval: 2018

Specific research questions are:

  1. Does the NADA Austria’s school-based intervention program have an effect on the doping susceptibility of Austrian Junior Athletes (aged 14-18)?
  2. Does the NADA Austria’s school-based intervention program have an effect on evidence-based risk and protective factors for doping behavior (i.e. morality, sportpersonship, behavioral control, and knowledge)?
  3. Does the NADA Austria’s school-based intervention program have an effect on the sensitivity of Austrian Junior Athletes (aged 14-18) towards unintentional doping?
  4. Does the NADA Austria’s school-based intervention program have an effect on the level of trust in the anti-doping work national and international anti-doping organizations and sport federations as well as its legitimacy of Austrian Junior Athletes (aged 14-18).

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