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Lessons Learned from National Effort to Reduce High-risk Drinking Among College Students 

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Latest Lessons in Managing College Drinking
AMOD Partnerships Share Their Experiences
Partners of A Matter of Degree: The National Effort to Reduce High Risk Drinking Among College Students (AMOD)  present the highlights of their experiences to reduce college binge drinking. 
Representatives from six of the AMOD partnerships discuss the successes, challenges and lessons learned as they've applied a policy approach to prevention in their communities. Interventions include restricting drinking specials, using alcohol licensing and zoning to limit access, and controlling proliferation of bars.
It is part of AMOD's mission to share these lessons learned with college administrators, community leaders, law enforcement, and preventionists across the United States. 
AMOD is 10 campus-community partnerships working to reduce college binge drinking and its negative effects, using a cutting edge public health model. The program is sponsored by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and managed by the American Medical Association.