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
Traffic risk behaviours at nightlife: drinking, taking drugs, driving and use of public transport by young people Calafat A, Blay N, Juan M et al.
Journal article 2009
Too drunk for a beer? A study of overserving in Stockholm. Wallin E, Gripenberg J, Andreasson S.
Journal article 2002
The use of Haddons Matrix to plan for injury and illness prevention at outdoor music festivals Hutton A, Savage C, Ranse J et al.
Journal article 2015
The Spirit Is Willing, But the Flesh is Weak: Why Young People Drink More Than Intended on Weekend Nights-An Event-Level Study Florian Labhart , Kristen G. Anderson and Emmanuel Kuntsche
Journal article 2017
The role of alcohol providers in prevention: an evaluation of a server intervention programme Gliksman L, McKenzie D, Single E et al.
Journal article 1993
The relationship of 16 underage drinking laws to reductions in underage drinking drivers in fatal crashes in the United States Fell JC, Fisher DA, Voas RB et al.
Journal article 2007
The prevention of young driver's DWI (driving while intoxicated) and RWDI (riding with a driver under influence) in Europe: a social-sequential model. Assailly, J.P.
Journal article 2004
The population consumption model, alcohol control practices, and alcohol-related traffic fatalaties. Cohen DA, Mason K, Scribner R.
Journal article 2002
The Partysafe project: Working with an Australian rural community to reduce alcohol harm Midford R, Cooper M, Jaeger J-A
Journal article 2003
The long-term effect of lockouts on alcohol-related emergency department attendances within Ballarat, Australia Miller P, Coomber K, Sonderlund A et al.
Journal article 2012