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
Preventive interventions in nightlife: a review Calafat A, Juan M, Duch MA
Journal article 2009
A comparison of self-reported sexual effects of alcohol, marijuana, and ecstasy in a sample of young adult nightlife attendees Joseph J. Palamar, Marybec Griffin-Tomas, Patricia Acosta, Danielle C. Ompad & Charles M. Cleland
2018
Factors Associated with Pre-drinking Among Nightclub Patrons in the City of São Paulo Mariana G.R. Santos, Angela T. Paes, Adriana Sanudo, Zila M. Sanchez
Journal article 2015
Binge Drinking Associations with Patrons’ Risk Behaviors and Alcohol Effects after Leaving a Nightclub: Sex Differences in the "Balada com Ciência" Portal Survey Study in Brazil Zila M. Sanchez, Karen J. Ribeiro, Gabriela A. Wagner
Journal article 2015
Association of Behavior With Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Among Attendees of an Outdoor Music Festival: A Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial Kraaijenga VJC, van Munster JJCM, van Zanten GA.
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
Recreational drug use in the Oslo nightlife setting: study protocol for a cross-sectional time series using biological markers, self-reported and qualitative data. Nordfjærn T., Edland-Gryt M., Bretteville-Jensen A.L., Buvik K., & Gripenberg J.
Journal article 2016
Risky substance use among young adults in the nightlife arena: An underused setting for risk-reducing interventions? Nordfjærn T., Bretteville-Jensen A.L., Edland-Gryt M., & Gripenberg J.
Journal article 2016
STOP-sexual violence: evaluation of a community-based nightlife worker awareness raising bystander training programme Zara Quigg, Mark A Bellis, Karen Hughes, Adam Kulhanek, Irma Brito, Kim Ross-Houle, Charlotte Bigland, Amador Calafat, Mariàngels Duch, the STOP-SV group
Journal article 2021
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