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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 to know for background information.

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Can training bar staff in responsible serving practices reduce alcohol-related harm? Lang E, Stockwell T, Rydon P, et al.
Journal Article 1998
Guidelines for safe dance parties - The Big Book Ministry of Health
Book 1999
'Pick-a-skipper': An evaluation of a designated driver program to prevent alcohol-related injury in a regional Australian city. Boots K, Midford R.
Journal Article 1999
An examination of the utility of server intervention to reduce alcohol-related problems in college students. Turrisi R, Nicholson B, Jaccard J.
Journal Article 1999
A cognitive analysis of server intervention policies: Perceptions of bar owners and servers. Turrisi R, Nicholson B, Jaccard J.
Journal Article 1999
Ibiza uncovered: Changes in substance use and sexual behaviour amongst young people visiting an international night-life resort. Bellis MA, Hale G, Bennett A et al.
Journal Article 2000
Mandated server training: barriers to effectiveness as reported by servers. 15th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Stockholm, Sweden: 22-26 Sept, 2000. Wheeler DR, Lewis ME, Saltz RF et al.
Paper 2000
Policing entertainment districts Policing Entertainment Districts
Journal Article 2000
Reducing alcohol-related harm in and around licensed premises: Industry accords. A successful intervention Vaughan S.
Book 2001
RISK - Risk and control in the recreational drug culture : sonar project Calafat A, Fernandez C, Juan M et al
Report 2001