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Publisher: BioMed Central
Journal: BMC Public Health
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Parents, wa_30, wm_20, Alcohol, ws_460, Adolescents, health_and_wellbeing, Research Article
Background: Developing timely and effective strategies for preventing alcohol misuse in young people is required\ud in order to prevent related harms since, worldwide, alcohol consumption was associated with 320,000 deaths\ud amongst 15–29 year olds in 2004. Providing guidance and advice to parents is essential if alcohol misuse is to be\ud reduced. However, prevention of risky behaviours is hampered if parents are unaware of the risks involved.\ud Methods: A cross-sectional school-based survey of parent–child dyads, simultaneously questioning 935 children\ud aged 11–17 years old and their parent(s). Univariate and multivariate associations are reported between\ud demography, alcohol behaviours and parental knowledge of their child’s alcohol consumption.\ud Results: 41.1% (n = 384) of children reported drinking alcohol. Of these, 79.9% of their parents were aware of their\ud child’s alcohol consumption. Children aged 11–14 years had over a twofold greater odds of consuming alcohol\ud without parental knowledge compared with 15–17 year olds (AOR: 2.7, 95% CI: 1.3-5.7). Of parent–child dyads\ud where the child reported consuming alcohol, 92.7% of parents reported that they had spoken to their child about\ud alcohol at least once in the past three months, whereas 57.3% of their children reported that this had occurred.\ud Children who consumed alcohol and whose parents did not know they drank alcohol were less likely to report\ud having a parental discussion about alcohol in the last three months (AOR: 0.4, 95% CI: 0.1-1.0) or report lifetime\ud receipt of at least one other parenting protective measure (AOR: 0.5, 95% CI: 0.2-0.9) compared with those children\ud who drank alcohol with parental knowledge.\ud Conclusions: Whilst only small numbers of young adolescents in our sample were drinking alcohol compared with\ud older adolescents, those who did were more likely to do so without their parents’ knowledge. These two factors\ud combined (drinking earlier and drinking without parental knowledge) could place children at risk of immediate\ud harm. Further research is essential to identify whether public health strategies should be developed which could\ud support parents to employ lifestyle parenting techniques even before the parent believes the child to be at risk.
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