Acceptability and feasibility of “Yo Sé Lo Que Quiero (YSLQQ)” (Unplugged) program: a drug prevention intervention for adolescents in Chile

Gabriel Salgado, Saray Ramirez, Sofía Gana, Daniela Valenzuela, Jorge Gaete

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Substance misuse among adolescents is a public health problem because of its prevalence and consequences.
i) To develop a culturally adapted version of the Unplugged program in Chile, renamed as “Yo Sé Lo Que Quiero (YSLQQ)”, for substance use prevention; ii) To evaluate the acceptability and feasibility of its implementation.
Pilot study, with randomized controlled trial design, with two arms (Intervention Group, IG; and Control Group, CG). The sample consisted of 1,556 students from 6th to 8th grade from six schools (1:1 ratio) in Santiago, Chile. The IG received the 12 sessions of the YSLQQ program and the CG the usual substance use prevention activities. Acceptability was assessed through a student questionnaire, and feasibility through teacher self-report.
More than half of the students reported that they liked the sessions. 61.3% were satisfied with the duration of the program and 61.7% with the activities. 68% of students agreed that the program helped them to have more refusal skills towards tobacco, alcohol, and drug use in the future. On the other hand, concerning feasibility and fidelity, 88.9% of the teachers remained faithful to the manual, and 91.6% of the activities were fulfilled according to the manual.
The present study demonstrated that “Yo Sé Lo Que Quiero” program is acceptable and feasible for future implementation in adolescents.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
EstadoPresentada - 21 sep. 2021
Evento30th European Congress of Psychiatry - Budapest, Hungría
Duración: 2 abr. 20225 abr. 2022


Conferencia30th European Congress of Psychiatry


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