Literature

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
Monitoring drug use in recreational settings across Europe: conceptual challenges and methodological innovations European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction
Technical report 2018
Drug safety testing, disposals and dealing in an English field: Exploring the operational and behavioural outcomes of the UK’s first onsite ‘drug checking’ service Fiona Catherine Measham
Journal article 2018
Patterns, Trends, and Meanings of Drug Use by Dance-Drug Users in Edinburgh, Scotland Riley, Sarah C. E.; Hayward, Emma
Journal article 2004
“Partying” Hard: Party Style, Motives for and Effects of MDMA Use at Rave Parties Tom F. M. Ter Bogt & Rutger C. M. E. Engels Pages
Journal article 2009
Understanding recreational ecstasy use in the United States: A qualitative inquiry Bahora M., Sterk C. E., & Elifson K. W.
2008
Calculating the risk: recreational drug use among clubbers in the South East of England. Deehan, Anne & Saville, Esther.
Report 2003
Drug checking as a harm reduction tool for recreational drug users: opportunities and challenges Tibor Brunt
2017
Drug testing in Europe: monitoring results of the Trans European Drug Information (TEDI) project Brunt TM, Nagy C, Bücheli A, Martins D, Ugarte M, Beduwe C, Ventura Vilamala M
Journal article 2017
Planned and Unplanned Drug Use during a Night out at an Electronic Dance Music Party Palamar J. J., Acosta P., Cleland C.M.
Journal article 2019
Social network ties to nightlife and healthcare professionals and prescription drug misuse among young adults Kelly B.C., & Vuolo M.
Journal article 2019
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