The aim of the ANTI-DIF project is to educate football players about doping. In this respect the project consortium developed animated videos that can assist football players learn about doping and make informed decisions against doping use. The videos have been developed to cover the three main needs for education identified by football players (see Report on this site), namely Ethical Considerations, Side Effects and Determinants of Doping Use. Education on Ethical Consideration is supported by two videos, Spirit of Sport and Ethical Considerations. Side Effects are addressed through four videos, Checking Medication Part 1 and Part 2, Health Side Effects Part 1 and Part 2. Two main determinants of doping use for grassroots football have addressed in the ANTI-DIF project, body image concerns and social pressure to dope. Each of these determinants is addressed with two videos.
Below you can find a short description of the aims and learning outcomes of each video and the link to the video. To help us improve the quality of these videos we would like to ask you to complete the self-assessment following watching the videos at https://www.sat.udev.ws/tool/antidif (For your language just click in your flag on the top right of the log-in screen).