Energy Drinks on College Campuses: Motivations, Risky Behaviors, and Health Concerns
Fees Instructions for Obtaining Credit
This presentation will describe the prevalence and demographics of
caffeinated energy drink usage on college campuses, motivations for use,
and risk behaviors and health concerns associated with the drinks. The
presenters will also describe a double blind laboratory experiment
testing the effects of energy drink use on risk-taking behaviors.
- Physicians and Physician Assistants
- Psychologists, Counselors, and Social Workers
- Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
- Dietitians and Nutritionists
- Health Educators
The participant should be able to:
- Describe demographics of energy drink consumption in college students.
- Discuss motivations for energy drink consumption.
- Identify health concerns associated with energy drinks.
- Describe the relationship between energy drink consumption and risk-taking behaviors.
J. Roxanne Prichard, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychology
University of St. Thomas
University of St. Thomas
Program Planning Committee
Resolution of Potential Conflicts of Interest — Program Planning Committee:
Program Planning Committee members have completed conflict of interest
statements regarding relationships with commercial entities. Each of the
Program Planning Committee members have reported no relevant financial
conflicts of interest.
Continuing Education Committee, Continuing Medical Education Subcommittee
Nell Davidson, MD, Case Western Reserve University
Continuing Nursing Education Subcommittee
Martha Davis, BSN, MBA, University of Georgia
Continuing Psychology Education Subcommittee
Michael Malmon, PhD, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Continuing Education for Certified Health Education Specialists Subcommittee
Kathy Saichuk, MA, MCHES, Louisiana State University
Continuing Education for National Certified Counselors Subcommittee
Joy Himmel, PsyD, PMHCNS-BC, LPC, NCC, Pennsylvania State University-Altoona
Advisor for Social Workers
Drayton Vincent, LCSW, MSW, BCD, Louisiana State University
The fee for the download of this program is $24.95 and is payable directly to Conference Media via their website (see link below). We encourage you to share this download with colleagues at your institution.
There is an additional fee* for each individual requesting continuing education credit. This is payable to ACHA and is required prior to receiving your CE certificate. This fee is non-refundable.
ACHA individual members at member institutions: FREE
ACHA individual members at a non-member institution: $15
Instructions for Obtaining Credit
It is estimated that it will require 1.5 hours to view the download of this program and complete the post-test and evaluation. (You will be asked to identify the type of credit you are requesting when you take the post-test.)
Step 1: Purchase and view the download of the session. (Viewing this download requires QuickTime 7, available free from Apple.com.)
Step 2: Complete the Post-test and Evaluation Form. (Note: you may print the post-test prior to viewing the download.)
Step 3: Purchase CE credit. Exception: ACHA individual members at member institutions receive free credit, so may skip this step.
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