The research presented here was conducted by the FrameWorks Institute and sponsored by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. It is one piece of a larger, multi-method project to design and test framing strategies that have the power to improve public understanding of adolescent substance use, build support for programs and practices that can address it, and fuel a movement for change.
IssuesSubstance Use and Addiction
PartnersConrad N. Hilton Foundation
Reframing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Studying Culture to Identify Communication Challenges and Opportunities
How does the public think about prenatal exposure to alcohol, and what are the implications of the public’s deep-seated beliefs about this issue for advocates working to address fetal alcohol...
Reframing Substance Use
In this piece in Health Affairs, the Hilton Foundation’s Alexa Eggleston spotlights FrameWorks’ research on how to help the public move beyond the belief that substance use is a “rite of...
Q&A with Nat Kendall-Taylor, CEO of FrameWorks Institute
Nat Kendall-Taylor is the CEO of FrameWorks Institute, a nonprofit think tank that aims to further public understanding on various social issues. Kendall-Taylor spoke with Interact for Health...