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
Reducing harm in drinking environments. A systematic review of effective approaches Jones L, Atkinson AM, Hughes K et al.
Report 2010
Reducing harm in drinking environments: A systematic review of effective approaches Jones L, Hughes K, Atkinson AM et al.
Journal article 2011
Reducing violence in licensed venues through community safety action projects: The Queensland experience Hauritz M, Homel R, McIlwain G et al.
Journal article 1998
Reducing violence in licensed venues: community safety action projects Hauritz M, Homel R, McIlwain G et al.
Report 1998
Reducing youth violence related to student parties: Findings from a community intervention project in Stockholm Ramstedt M, Leifman H, Mueller D et al.
Journal article 2013
Restricting extensions to permitted licensing hours does not influence the numbers of alcohol or assault related attendances at an inner city accident and emergency department. Graham CA, McLeod LS, Steedman DJ.
Journal article 1998
Restriction of the hours of sale of alcohol in a small community: a benificial impact. Douglas M.
Journal article 1998
Review article: Emergency department data sharing to reduce alcohol-related violence: a systematic review of the feasibility and effectiveness of community-level interventions Droste N, Miller P, Baker T
Journal article 2014
Strategies and outcomes in translating alcohol harm reduction research into practice: the Alcohol Linking Program Wiggers J, Jauncey M, Considine R et al.
Journal article 2004
Strategies for managing alcohol at large events in New Zealand Lyne M, Galloway A
Journal article 2011
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