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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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Title Author(s) Category Type Year
Signs of intoxication and server intervention among 18-39-year-olds drinking at licensed premises in New South Wales, Australia. Donnelly N, Briscoe S.
Journal article 2003
Intoxicated Weekends: Young adults' work hard-play hard lifestyles, public health and public disorder. Parker H, Williams L.
Journal article 2003
Education of key personnel in student pubs leads to a decrease in alcohol consumption among the patrons: A randomized controlled trial. Johnsson KO, Berglund M.
Journal article 2003
Beyond 'drink spiking': drug and alcohol facilitated sexual assault, Neame A.
Briefing 2003
Alcohol prevention targeting licensed premises: A study of effects on violence Wallin E, Norstrom T, Andreasson S.
Journal article 2003
Medical problems related to recreational drug use at nocturnal dance parties Van Sassenbroeck DK, Calle PA, Rousseau FM, et al
Journal article 2003
Drugs, space, and sociality in a gay nightclub in Sydney. Slavin S.
Journal article 2004
Outcome expectancies and ecstasy use in visitors of rave parties in the Netherlands Engels R, ter Bogt T.
Research report 2004
Cultural mediators in a hegemonic nightlife: opportunities for drug prevention Calafat A, fernandez C, Juan M, et al.
Report 2004
The effect of the Safer Bars programme on physical aggression in bars: Results of a randomized controlled trial. Graham K, Osgood DW, Zibrowski E et al
Journal article 2004
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