Rob Lillis has presented research and
evaluation results at numerous national
conferences in substance abuse, traffic
safety, bullying, education, and other topics.

The links below are for Power Point and
other presentations.
Cross-problem Prevention Model Evidence-based
prevention strategies that address risk and protective factors can have broad
impact on health risk behaviors.  This presentation at the 2016 National
Prevention Network (NPN) conference provides research results and a model
for using these strategies to attain greater efficiency in prevention
programming.  
Click here for presentation.
Logic Model Approach to Underage
Drinking and Driving
Using a data-driven logic model to
quantify a problem, identify root causes, and identify evidence-based
strategies is vital to establishing effective and efficient prevention.  This
presentation at the 2016 Life Savers Conference talks about applying this
approach to prevention of underage drinking and driving.  
Click here for
presentation.
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