Shreve Wendy Sue MSN RNJournal of Trauma Nursing: January 1998 Article: PDF Only Free Abstract PURPOSE:To evaluate the Student Alcohol Questions (SAQ) for use in drinking driving prevention programs in college-age students. METHODS:A pilot study of 39 students was conducted, which included a pre-test covering demographics and using the SAQ. A post-test was given as a program evalation. The SAQ was repeated one month later. FINDINGS:At program completion, 40% of students stated that they would change behavior. The SAQ findings reveled no statistically significant changes in the pre- and post-tests. CONCLUSIONS:The SAQ may be an effective tool for mearsuring prevention programs. © Williams & Wilkins 1998. All Rights Reserved.