This section provides abstracts from published studies that have measured the effectiveness of interventions in improving nightlife health. The studies included have been selected through a search of published academic literature.

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Title Author(s) Category Type Year
Investigating displacement effects as a result of the Sydney, NSW alcohol lockout legislation Caitlin Elizabeth Hughes & Alexander Shou Weedon-Newstead
Journal article 2018
Late night environments: Bar “morphing” increases risky alcohol sales in on-premise outlets Juliet P. Lee, Anna Pagano, Christopher Morrison, Paul J. Gruenewald & Friedner D. Wittman
Journal article 2018
Liquor licensing and community action in regional and remote Australia: a review of recent initiatives d'Abbs P, Togni S
Journal article 2000
Long-term effects of a communitywide alcohol server training intervention Buka SL, Birdthistle IJ.
Journal article 1999
Making licensed venues safer for patrons: what environmental factors should be the focus of interventions? Homel R, Carvolth R, Hauritz M et al.
Journal article 2004
Mandated server training and reduced alcohol-involved traffic crashes: a time series analysis of the Oregon experience Holder HD, Wagenaar AC.
Journal article 1994
Mass media campaigns reduce the incidence of drinking and driving Tay R.
Journal article 2005
Measurable effects of local alcohol licensing policies on population health in England de Vocht F, Heron J, Angus C et al.
Journal article 2015
Nightlife in Liverpool Bellis MA, Hughes K.
Journal article 2005
Non-advertising alcohol promotions in licensed premises: does the Code of Practice ensure responsible promotion of alcohol? Jones SC, Lynch M
Journal article 2007