Drink Rethink is a preventative approach helping students to reflect on their drinking, considering the risks associated and the benefits of cutting down. The intervention is delivered by trained students ambassadors who use a nationally recognised evidence-based behaviour change tool.Join the programme
SOS-UK provide a role profile, email and social media templates and a set of recruitment screener questions.
This half-day training equips students and/or staff with the knowledge and skills to engage with students, complete the AUDIT tool and give the appropriate leaflet based on the results.
to ascertain their feedback.
option for SOS-UK to remain on-site to assist. See the audit here.
offering information, advice and support.
to gain feedback and measure the impact of the interaction.
The AUDIT results, and follow-up questionnaires, can be summarised through an engaging report.
"The peer led approach is a great way to encourage students to think about their drinking habits”.
Ruby Smith, Community Projects Coordinator at the Students' Union at UWE
In November 2022, the Students' Union at UWE took part in Drink Rethink with SOS-UK, reaching over 100 students.
Tier 1 support
Student ambassador recruitment material, 1 day ambassador training (or train the trainer), digital copies of leaflets and branding, access to raw data and telephone/email support.
Tier 2 support
Same as Tier 1 plus pre and post-surveying of student ambassadors, access to raw data, production of simple graphs for use in reports and telephone/email support
Tier 3 support
Same as Tier 2 production of a full final report