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This section contains extra information such as reports and papers on general nightlife issues. These articles are not related to evaluated interventions within nightlife, but they may still be useful and interesting as background information.

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(3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine) or ecstasy: The neuropsychobiological implications of taking it at dances and raves': Reply. Parrott A.
Journal article 2004
Acute toxic effects of club drugs. Gable RS.
Journal article 2004
An epidemiological study of the risk of cycling in the dark: the role of visual perception, conspicuity and alcohol use Twisk DA, Reurings M
Journal article 2013
Avoiding counterproductive results: An experimental pretest of a harm reduction intervention on attitude toward party drugs among users and nonusers. Whittingham JRD, Ruiter RAC, Bolier L et al.
Journal article 2009
Bicycling under the influence of alcohol de Waard D, Houwing S, Lewis-Evans B et al.
Report 2015
Could inter-agency working reduce emergency department attendances due to alcohol consumption? Benger J, Carter R
Journal article 2008
Creating safer drinking environments. Homel R, McIlwain G, Carvolth R.
Book 2001
Dancing on drugs: Risk, health and hedonism in the British club scene Measham F, Aldridge J, Parker H.
Book 2001
Doors of opportunity: security staff at risk. Matthews L.
Journal article 2001
Drug and Alcohol Involvement in Four Types of Fatal Crashes Romano E, Voas RB
Journal article 2011
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