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
Policing pubs: what happens to crime? Burns L, Flaherty B, Ireland S et al.
Journal article 1995
The effectiveness of community-based interventions to reduce violence in and around licensed premises: A comparison of three Australian models Lang E, Rumbold G.
Journal article 1997
Preventing alcohol-related crime through community action: the Surfers Paradise Safety Action Project Homel R, Hauritz M, Wortley R et al.
Book chapter 1997
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
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
Beating the grog: an evaluation of the Tennant Creek liquor licensing restrictions. Gray D, Saggers S, Atkinson D et al.
Journal article 2000
Communities mobilizing for change on alcohol (CMCA): effects of a randomized trial on arrests and traffic crashes. Wagenaar AC, Murray DM, Toomey TL.
Journal article 2000
Effectiveness of toughened glassware in terms of reducing injury in bars: a randomised controlled trial. Warburton AL, Shepherd JP.
Journal article 2000
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