Guided by a co-design process, Erin is undertaking a PhD with the aim to address parenting-specific factors that influence adolescent drinking.
Research shows that the longer we can delay teenagers from drinking, the less likely they are to develop a problem with alcohol. Therefore, Erin hopes to utilise parents' influence in her "war on problem drinking".
Her current project
Erin's research focuses on investigating the application of a co-design process to create, implement and evaluate a parent component for the Blurred Minds program, with the aim to address parenting-specific factors that influence adolescent drinking.
Awards, publications & more
Medal for academic excellence, Griffith University (2016), Highly Commended Student Paper Award, European Social Marketing Conference (2016)
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I appreciate the combination of theory and practice and I'm very grateful that, with Social Marketing @ Griffith, I now have the opportunity to apply designs in reality.
~ Erin Hurley