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
The impact of supply reduction through alcohol management plans on serious injury in remote indigenous communities in remote Australia: a ten-year analysis using data from the Royal Flying Doctor Service Margolis SA, Ypinazar VA, Muller R
Journal article 2008
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
Training bar staff in preventing and managing aggression in licensed premises Graham K, Jellye J, Purcell J.
Journal article 2005
Violence in and around Entertainment Districts: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Impact of Late-Night Lockout Legislation Mazerolle L, White G, Ransley J et al.
Journal article 2012
When should bars close? Graham K
Journal article 2012
Testing the impact of local alcohol licencing policies on reported crime rates in England De Vocht F, Heron J, Campbell R, Egan M, Mooney J D, Angus C, Brennan A, Hickman M
Journal article 2017
Investigating displacement effects as a result of the Sydney, NSW alcohol lockout legislation Caitlin Elizabeth Hughes & Alexander Shou Weedon-Newstead
Journal article 2018
Playing it safe: Patron safety strategies and experience of violence in night-time entertainment districts Zhou J, Droste N, Curtis A, Zinkiewicz L, Miller P
Journal article 2018
If it works there, will it work here? The effect of a multi-component responsible beverage service (RBS) programme on violence in Oslo Skardhamar T, Fekjær SB, Pedersen W
Journal article 2016
A mapping review of evaluations of alcohol policy restrictions targeting alcohol-related harm in night-time entertainment precincts Taylor N., Miller P., Coomber K., Mayshak R., Zahnow R., Patafio B., Burn M., & Ferris J.
Journal article 2018