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1Influence of Academic Training and Gender on Drugs Use of a Spanish University Population Title not in the box. Review introductory sentenceMsc and Ph.D. Project of Veronica Varela MatoSupervised byDra. Stacy Clemes and Dr. J.M. CancelaContact
2To Talk about Background Aim and Sample Methods Results Conclusion ReferencesTitle: to talk about?; if you want to keep the slide, explain in more details what the sections will include
4Sample Pontevedra Campus, 3467 students (2010) N=985 Heads of Schools LecturersI would put Pontevedra Campus, 3467 students (2010) or 2010: Pontevedra Campus, 3467 students. Change N by n.Students, self-reported and validated questionnaire
5Sample distributionReplace N by n and put n=985 students not Students. For the labels, males females instead of male, female? Put blue instead of blue to stay consistent with the rest of the slides?
6Measures Alcohol (Frequency, amount, binge drinking per week) Tobacco (cigarettes per day)Illicit drugs (types, last week)Frequency, types, amount are in arial 16 and the other text « per day and types » is arial 18. Put Eroski consumer in the middle. What is Eroski consumer? Put a border to the pictures?Eroski consumer
7Aim: Patterns of consumption Health-related Degrees(PA+SC, Nursing, Physiotherapy)Education-related Degrees(Childcare, Primary, PE…)Write down the objective of the studyNon-Health or non-Educationrelated Degrees(Engineering, Fine arts, Advertising and PublicRelation, Audio-visual communication)
8Statistical Analyses Odds Ratio (OR) 95% CI Chi-square test. 95% CI To assess the association between drugs consumption and different groupsChi-square test. 95% CITo compare the difference between the consumption median for each groupMantel-Haenszel testTo stratify the analysis according to gender and academic trainingText in brackets is Calibri 16 for group A and B but is Calibri 11 for group C.
10WEEKEND, 77% of students drank alcohol (p<0.05) Results: AlcoholWEEKEND, 77% of students drank alcohol (p<0.05)Binge drinking,Male: 8 or + SDUFemale: 6 or + SDUFEMALE vs. MALE56% vs. 41%(p< 0.001)Males: 83.7%Females: 73.8%I would not put a capital letter for Students. Males/females, define binge drinking. Make the first sentence clearer especially for the weekend part
11Results: Tobacco 34% of students were habitual smokers (p<0.05) 1134% of students were habitual smokers (p<0.05)(8+ cigarettes per day) 1Particularly WOMEN, 35% vs. 32% (p=0.38)I would just put 34% and not 1/3 because it is the same information. Or you can say 1/3 for the oral presentation. Define habitual smkiers.
12Results: Illegal Drugs 1235.4% had used illegal drugs in the last weekHigher prevalence among MEN, 45% vs. 31% (p< 0.001)No significant differences in daily use (p=0.22)The sentence in the midlles is calibri 26 and not calibri 28. Add p-value for second line.
13Results: Academic Disciplines 13Alcohol use: No significant differences (p>0.05)Tobacco use: 40% of C & B vs. 20% of A (p<0.05)Illegal drugs: 44% of C vs. 30% of A & B (p<0.05)P<0.05 should be significant? Or put the sign the other way around. Redifine groups A, B and C;Group A: PA+SC, Nursing, Physiotherapy.Group B: Childcare, Primary, PE, Musical EducationGroup C: Engineering, Fine arts, Advertising and Public Relation, Audio-visual communication.
14Summary Tobacco Illegal Drugs Alcohol Lowest rate: group A 14WEEKEND Binge drinking: WOMEN No sig. differences between groups (p>0.05)AlcoholWOMENLowest rate: group ASig. differences between groups (p<0.05)TobaccoIllegal DrugsChange the sign of p value as it is wrong. I will put summary instead of summarize?MENLowest use: group ASig. differences between groups (p<0.05)
15Conclusion Binge drinking results - population distribution (2,3) 15Binge drinking results - population distribution (2,3)Binge drinking strongly related to university life style (4,5)Spanish students doing health-related degrees (A) smoked less (6,7) & less drugs use. (8,9) Illegal drugs &High prevalence of licit/illicit drugs consumption among university students (10) with clear differences by gender.
16Future projects16Gender-sensitive strategies to promote a healthier lifestyle among Spanish university students (Women)Comparative study among this sample and students from Loughborough University, with the aim of elaborate an international research.
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18Veronica Varela-Mato & Stacy Clemes firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you very muchVeronica Varela-Mato & Stacy Clemes
20Drugs use (%) last 12 months de 15 a 64 años The most consumed drugs between the age range of 15 and 64 years old were alcohol and tabaco followed by cannabis and hipnosedantesThe prevalence of drugs consumption was higher for all substances in men than women except for hipnosedative, were the prevalence was higher for women.EDADES 2009/10Observatorio Español sobre DrogasDelegación del Gobierno para el Plan Nacional Sobre Drogas
21Alcohol consumption (%) age range: 15 to 64 years old Constant drugs use in comparason with other years.Weekend.The most consumed type of alcohol is beer.EDADES /10Observatorio Español sobre DrogasDelegación del Gobierno para el Plan Nacional Sobre Drogas
22Consumos intensivos de alcohol de 15 a 64 años: Borracheras En 2009, el 23,1% de la población de 15 a 64 años se emborrachó en los últimos 12 meses. (67% hombres y 33% mujeres)Tendencia ascendente de las borracheras de 15 a 64 en ambos sexos y grupos de edad.Borracheras (%) en los últimos 12 meses de 15 a 64 años por edad y sexo.EDADES /10Observatorio Español sobre DrogasDelegación del Gobierno para el Plan Nacional Sobre Drogas
23binge drinking2009, the 14,9% of the population between 15 to 64 years old had binge drinking (70% men, 30%women).binge drinking higher prevalence among men between 15 to 34 years old.binge drinking* in the last 30 days. Age range :15 a 64 years old /sex.* Binge drinking: ingesta de 5 o > bebidas alcohólicas (hombres) y 4 o > (mujeres) en la misma ocasión (en el plazo de un par de horas)EDADES /10Observatorio Español sobre DrogasDelegación del Gobierno para el Plan Nacional Sobre Drogas
24Tobacco consumption (%). Age range 15 to 64 years old Tendency towards stabilization after the social debate before the approval of the law 28/2005.Debate socialLey 28/2005EDADES /10Observatorio Español sobre DrogasDelegación del Gobierno para el Plan Nacional Sobre Drogas
25Daily tobacco use (%) by sex and age Similar daily use by between the age range of 15 to 34 and 35 to 64 years oldTendency towards decreasing among women. 15 to 34 years old.EDADES /10Observatorio Español sobre DrogasDelegación del Gobierno para el Plan Nacional Sobre Drogas
26Cannabis consumption (%) between 15 to 64 years old. Cannabis the most consumed drug between15 to 64 years oldStabilised consumption from 2003Leve incremento del consumo experimental: atribuible al intervalo de edad entre 20 y 34 a. Descenso en intervalo 15 a 19 a.EDADES /10Observatorio Español sobre DrogasDelegación del Gobierno para el Plan Nacional Sobre Drogas