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Research Publications


Beginning in Fall 2012, Partners in Prevention began publishing monthly research briefs. Each month, PIP members and campus administrators will receive a one-page research brief to keep key players updated on the most recent trends in the health and safety behaviors of Missouri college students. If you would like to receive future research brief updates through your email, please click here.

Briefs by Topic


Driving Safety

  1. Volume 1, Number 17: A Picture of Frequent Drinkers and Drivers
  2. Volume 1, Number 8: Texting and Driving Among Missouri College Students
  3. Volume 2, Number 3: Safety Belt Usage High Among Missouri College Students
  4. Volume 2, Number 10: An Update on Texting and Driving Among Missouri College Students
  5. Volume 4, Number 6: An Update on Texting and Driving Among Missouri College Students
  6. Volume 5, Number 8: Alcohol-Impaired Driving
  7. Volume 6, Number 7: Substance Impaired Driving

Illegal Drugs + click here to learn more!

  1. Volume 1, Number 16: Missouri College Students & Illegal Drug Use
  2. Volume 1, Number 14: Marijuana & Missouri College Students
  3. Volume 1, Number 7: Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs Among Missouri College Students
  4. Volume 2, Number 5: Prescription Drug Misuse Among Missouri College Students
  5. Volume 2, Number 8: Marijuana Use Among Missouri College Students
  6. Volume 2, Number 16: Prescription Drug Misuse: Reasons and Outcomes
  7. Volume 3, Number 3: Marijuana Use and Other High Risk Behaviors
  8. Volume 3, Number 7: Prescription Drug Misuse
  9. Volume 4, Number 3: Marijuana Use
  10. Volume 4, Number 7: Prescription & Illicit Drug Use
  11. Volume 5, Number 4: Marijuana
  12. Volume 6, Number 1: Opioid Use by Missouri College Students

Mental Health + click here to learn more!

  1. Volume 1, Number 15: Mental Health Among Self-identified LGBQQ College Students
  2. Volume 1, Number 9: Missouri College Students and Suicide
  3. Volume 1, Number 5: Missouri College Student Mental Health 2012
  4. Volume 2, Number 6: Best Practices in Campus Suicide Prevention: Highlighting Ask.listen.refer. Suicide Prevention Training for Missouri Campuses
  5. Volume 2, Number 17: Differences in Help Seeking Behaviors by Institutional Classification
  6. Volume 3, Number 13: Prevalence of Mental Health Issues with Missouri College Students
  7. Volume 4, Number 10: Suicidal Ideation and Ask Listen Refer
  8. Volume 5, Number 6: Anxiety, Stress, and Suicide
  9. Volume 6, Number 6: Help-Seeking Behaviors

Partners in Prevention

  1. Volume 1, Number 13: Campus Membership in Partners in Prevention
  2. Volume 1, Number 2, Special Edition: Missouri Partners in Prevention, Missouri College Health Behavior Survey
  3. Volume 1, Number 1: Introduction to Missouri's Higher Education Substance Misuse Consortium
  4. Volume 2, Number 1: A Look Ahead
  5. Volume 2, Number 2: The Missouri College Health Behavior Survey (MCHBS)
  6. Volume 3, Number 2: Key Findings from the 2014 Missouri College Health Behavior Survey
  7. Volume 3, Number 1: A Look Ahead: Volume 3 of the Partners in Prevention brief series
  8. Volume 3, Number 10: Campus Administrator Support for Campus Prevention Efforts
  9. Volume 4, Number 1: A Look Ahead: Volume 4 of the Partners in Prevention brief series
  10. Volume 5, Number 1: Missouri Assessment of College Health and Behaviors
  11. Volume 5, Number 5: Social Norms
  12. Volume 5, Number 12: Clery Act Reporting
  13. Volume 5, Special Edition 2: Partners in Prevention Fact Sheet
  14. Volume 5, Special Edition 1: Missouri Assessment of College Health Behaviors Fact Sheet
  15. Volume 6, Number 4: Missouri College Student Bystander Behavior

Alcohol + click here to learn more!

  1. Volume 1, Number 12: Underage Students Accessing Alcohol: Trend Data
  2. Volume 1, Number 11: Academic Effects of Student Drinking
  3. Volume 1, Number 4: Involvement, Academics and Alcohol Among Missouri College Students
  4. Volume 1, Number 3: Trend Data Among Students Attending Public Universities in Missouri, 2007-2012
  5. Volume 2, Number 4: The Economics of Prevention
  6. Volume 2, Number 7: Alcohol Consumption and Perception by Carnegie Classification
  7. Volume 2, Number 9: Alcohol Consequences by Carnegie Classification
  8. Volume 2, Number 11: Alcohol Related Behaviors Among Missouri College Student Athletes
  9. Volume 2, Number 12: An Analysis of Student Drinking Behavior in Comparison to Student Living Arrangements
  10. Volume 2, Number 14: Student Sense of Belonging and Drinking
  11. Volume 2, Number 13: Gender Differences in Drinking on Missouri Campuses
  12. Volume 3, Number 4: Binge Drinking and Student Retention: Binge Drinkers Consideration of Transferring
  13. Volume 3, Number 8: Consistency of Alcohol Policy Enforcement
  14. Volume 3, Number 11: Underage Drinking
  15. Volume 4, Number 9: Alcohol: Binge-drinking and Negative Consequences
  16. Volume 5, Number 7: Underage Drinking
  17. Volume 6, Number 5: Frequent Binge-Drinking Behaviors

Subpopulation Data

  1. Volume 1, Number 10: Missouri Student Veterans and Sense of Belonging on Campus
  2. Volume 2, Number 19: Key Findings for International Students on the MCHBS
  3. Volume 2, Number 15: Health Behaviors of Missouri College Students from Low-income Counties
  4. Volume 3, Number 5: Veteran Student Health Behaviors on Missouri University Campuses
  5. Volume 3, Number 6: Student Misperceptions of High Risk Behavior
  6. Volume 3, Number 9: Minority Student Health Behaviors
  7. Volume 4, Number 5: Students in Recovery
  8. Volume 4, Number 8: Sexual Orientation and the Student Experience
  9. Volume 5, Number 2: Students in Recovery
  10. Volume 5, Number 3: Alcohol Use Amongst the LGBQQ Population
  11. Volume 5, Number 10: Health Behaviors of Greek College Students
  12. Volume 5, Number 11: Tobacco Use Among LGBQQ College Students
  13. Volume 6, Number 2: Sexual Violence during Collegiate Internship or Study Abroad Programs
  14. Volume 6, Number 3: Wellbeing of Missouri Transfer Students
  15. Volume 6, Number 8: Health Behaviors of Missouri Student-Athletes

Tobacco Use + click here to learn more!

  1. Volume 1, Number 6: Tobacco Products & Missouri College Students
  2. Volume 4, Number 2: Tobacco Policy
  3. Volume 5, Number 9: Tobacco Use on Missouri College Campuses

Power-based Personal Violence + click here to learn more!

  1. Volume 2, Number 18: Sexual Violence on College Campuses
  2. Volume 3, Number 12: Sexual Violence
  3. Volume 4, Number 4: Relationship Abuse
  4. Volume 4, Number 11: Power-based Personal Violence on College Campuses

Fact Sheets


More Fact Sheets


MACHB fact sheet

First implemented in 2007, the Missouri Assessment of College Health Behaviors (formerly referred to as the Missouri College Health Behavior Survey or MCHBS) is designed to understand the role of alcohol, drugs (illegal and prescription), mental health issues, and power-based personal violence on student health and wellness. The survey also assesses individual’s attitudes towards campus and community policies, other student’s behavior, and bystander interventions. The MACHB is administered online every spring to undergraduate students at Coalition campuses across the state.

Partners in Prevention fact sheet

Partners in Prevention (PIP) is Missouri’s higher education substance misuse consortium dedicated to creating healthy and safe college campuses. The coalition is comprised of 23 public and private colleges and universities across the state that work to lower high-risk behaviors among college students by implementing strategic plans for prevention using evidence-based strategies.

Prevention 101 fact sheet

Alcohol and other drug prevention works to change the underlying conditions that lead to a problem. There are 3 types of prevention; primary, secondary, and tertiary.


Archived Content

MCBHS fact sheet

First implemented in 2007 by Partners in Prevention, the Missouri College Health Behavior Survey (MCHBS) is designed to understand the role of alcohol, drugs (illegal and prescription), mental health issues, and gambling on student health and wellness. The survey also provides information regarding attitudes, perceptions of other student’s behaviors, campus and community laws, and policies. The MCHBS is administered online every Spring semester to undergraduate students at all coalition campuses across the state. The Partners in Prevention Coalition helps to implement and analyze the data collected from the survey, which in turn is used to design a variety of programming at participating colleges and universities.