Beer, Booze and Books
- 2.5 hours on-demand video
- 16 articles
- 24 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Accurately estimate the amount of alcohol in various drinks
- Understand how alcohol interacts with the body
- Accurately estimate Blood Alcohol Level
- Identify the risks associated with high risk drinking including hangovers, risky sexual activity, blackouts, alcohol poisoning, violence, and driving under the influence
- Recognize the impact of high risk drinking on academic success
- Recognize the impact of high risk drinking on athletic performance
- Understand the reationship between high is drinking and sexual assault
- Recognize the presence of an alcohol use disorder including addiction
- Identify the the themes of alcohol advertising
- Understand the importance of effectively intervening with someone they believe has an alcohol use disorder
- Drink at a low risk level and avoid the problems associated with high risk drinking
- Identify the basic risks associated with the consumption of drugs other than alcohol
- Identify and participate in activities associated with success in college
- Clear your mind of any previous experiences or preconceived notions about alcohol education programs.
- Open your mind for a realistic, nonjudgmental approach to college drinking.
Beer, Booze and Books is a unique look at the number one lifestyle related health problem facing college students, dangerous alcohol consumption. College is a major investment of well over $100,000 in many cases and heavy risking drinking is one of the primary causes of academic failure. This non judgmental approach to high risk drinking presents not only the problems associated with dangerous drinking but also provides tips for developing and maintaining a safe, healthy and successful college career including an active social life. It provides not only helpful, informative videos but also assessments and activities designed to help you understand the role alcohol plays in college. Even if you do not drink alcohol, this course can help you better understand and confront the negative second hand binge effects of college drinking.
- High School Students
- College Students
- Parents of high school students preparing for college
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