SUMMIT 2017: The resource presented is the first in a series of discussion papers from CARBC that offers a potential framework for guiding thought and action on substance use policy. Dan Reist, Assistant Director, and Tim Dyck, Research Associate, encouraged Summit participants to carefully consider the broad theoretical perspective of the frame, and then confer with colleagues on how it might be applied to policies within their own campus community context. The framework echoes the Okanagan Charter’s call to adopt an approach to campus well-being that promotes holistic health in all aspects of campus culture and makes it an integral, vital consideration in all policy initiatives.

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