ALCOHOL
DRUG
EMOTIONS
PUBLIC HEALTH CAMPAIGN APPROACHES
RANDOM
100

The legal BAC for a minor (under the age of 18) is 0.01

False, the BAC for a minor is 0.00

100

Name an example of a STIMULANT drug

1. Cocaine 

2. Methamphetamines 

3. LSD 

4. Ecstasy

5. Prescription ADHD medications

100

Define 'peer pressure'

Peer pressure influences someone to feel obligated to take drugs / drink alcohol to feel like apart of a group and not labeled as “weak” or “boring.” Some might feel they have to agree with what their friends say to be accepted or have social value, causing them to partake in activities or behaviours they do not want to participate in. 

100

What does the 'Drink Smart,' public health campaign target ? 

Alcohol and binge drinking. 

100

What does BAC stand for ? 

B = Blood 

A = Alcohol 

C = Concentration  

200

How many drinks is considered as 'binge drinking?'

5-6 drinks in one sitting is considered BINGE DRINKING

200

TRUE OR FALSE 

Miss Trotters favourite sport is Rugby League 

FALSE 

Netball 

200
List 3 reasons why someone might partake in illegal drug and alcohol use ? 

1. Peer pressure 

2. Social 

3. Relax 

4. Avoid physical and/or psychological pain

5. Experiment / sense of curiosity


200

'Quitline 13 7848'

What does this public health campaign target? 

Quit smoking cigarettes

200

Give an example of a HALLUCINOGEN drug

1. LSD

2. Mushrooms 

3. Acid 

Any other answers to be determined by Miss Trotter / Mr Brown

300

True or false

Alcohol acts as a STIMULANT to the human body.

FALSE

Alcohol acts as a DEPRESSANT to the human body. 

300

Give 3 reasons as to why teenagers and young adults are influenced to VAPE ? 

Any other answers to be determined by Miss Trotter / Mr Brown

300

List 3 feelings an individual may feel when being 'peer pressured.' 

Answers to be determined by Miss Trotter / Mr Brown

300

What is Miss Trotters favourite NRL team? 

Cowboys 

300

Suggest 3 RELEVANT strategies that teenagers can use and access to help them STOP vaping

Any answers to be determined by Miss Trotter / Mr Brown

400

TRUE OR FALSE

Miss Trotters favourite singer is Luke Combs

FALSE

Taylor Swift #swiftie4lyfe 

400

Name 5 side effects you may experience after taking an HALLUCINOGEN 

1. Feelings of euphoria

2. Distorted perception, including visual, auditory, body, time and space;

3. Dizziness 

4. Increased breathing rate

5. Increased heart rate 

6. Nausea / vomiting 

7. Numbness 


400

Where is Miss Trotter from ? 

Brisvegas

400

A public health campaign targeted at encouraging people to stop smoking would be a ____ approach?

Lifestyle behavioural approach

400

Who is Miss Trotters FAVOURITE NRL player? 

Selwyn Cobbo 

500

Name 5 short term affects of drinking ALCOHOL

1. Nausea 

2. Confusion

3. Impaired motor coordination / dizziness

4. Declined decision-making ability

5. Alcohol poisoning

500

Name 5 long term effects of using the drug NICOTINE.

1. Mood swings / anxiety 

2. Increase in risk of cancer 

3. Nausea 

4. Addiction / nicotine cravings 

5. Fatigue and insomnia 

6. Persistent headaches 

 

500

What are the NEGATIVE affects of DRUG and ALCOHOL use on a persons mental health? 

1. Depression 

2. Anxiety 

3. Mood swings 

Any other answers to be determined by Miss Trotter / Mr Brown

500

What are the names of the 3 other prac students with Miss Trotter? 

Miss Mckenzie, Miss Bonanno and Miss Boxsell

500

Identify 3 strategies to help overcome a DRUG addiction. Answers can include relevant public health campaigns and or health facilities. 

Any answers to be determined by Miss Trotter / Mr Brown

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