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
Environmental and capacity requirements are critical for implementing and sustaining a drug prevention program: A multiple case study of ' clubs against drugs' Norrgard E, Wikstrom E, Pickering C et al.
Journal article 2014
Environmental Strategies for Prevention of Drug Use and Risks in Clubs Miller BA, Holder HD, Voas RB
Journal article 2009
Evaluation of a designated driver intervention to prevent alcohol-related road accidents in the clubs of Milan, Italy Aresi G, Fornari L, Repetto C et al.
Journal article 2009
Frequency of signs of excited delirium syndrome in subjects undergoing police use of force: descriptive evaluation of a prospective, consecutive cohort Hall CA, Kader AS, McHale AMD et al.
Journal article 2013
Healthy nightclubs and recreational substance use. From a harm minimisation to a healthy settings approach Bellis MA, Hughes K, Lowey H
Journal article 2002
Improvement in the pre-hospital care of recreational drug users through the development of club specific ambulance referral guidelines Wood DM, Greene SL, Alldus G et al.
Journal article 2008
'Lager, lager shouting': the role of music and DJs in nightclub disorder control Forsyth AJ
Journal article 2009
'Listen to me, I have something to tell you'. Young people, alcohol and drugs: peer education Beccaria F, Amici S, Bonello M et al.
Journal article 2003
Long-term effects of a community-based intervention: 5-year follow-up of Clubs against Drugs Gripenberg Abdon J, Wallin E, Andreasson S
Journal article 2011
Media campaigns for the prevention of illicit drug use in young people Ferri M, Allara E, Bo A et al.
Journal article 2013