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
The Impact of small changes in bar closing hours on violence. The Norwegian experience from 18 cities Rossow I, Norstrom T
Journal article 2012
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
Could inter-agency working reduce emergency department attendances due to alcohol consumption? Benger J, Carter R
Journal article 2008
Designing a serious game for in-field interventions to promote nightlife well-being Gamberini L, Zamboni L, Privitera A et al.
Journal article 2013
Dissemination of prevention: community action targeting alcohol use-related problems at licensed premises Wallin, E
Journal article 2007
Do flexible alcohol trading hours reduce violence? A theory-based natural experiment in alcohol policy Humphreys DK, Eisner MP
Journal article 2014
Do relaxed trading hours for bars and clubs mean more relaxed drinking? A review of international research on the impacts of changes to permitted hours of drinking Stockwell T, Chikritzhs T
Journal article 2009
Does increasing community and liquor licensees' awareness, police activity, and feedback reduce alcohol-related violent crime? A benefit-cost analysis. Navarro HJ, Shakeshaft A, Doran CM et al.
Journal article 2013
Drunken environments: a survey of bartenders working in pubs, bars and nightclubs Tutenges S, Bogkjaer T, Witte M et al.
Journal article 2013
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