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
Face-to-face versus computer-delivered alcohol interventions for college drinkers: a meta-analytic review Carey KB, Scott-Sheldon LA, Elliott JC et al.
Journal article 2012
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
Getting drunk safely? Night-life policy in the UK and its public health consequences Bellis MA, Hughes K
Journal article 2011
Good practice in Managing the Evening and Late Night Economy: A literature Review from an Environmental Perspective Roberts M.
Literature review 2004
Guidelines for safe dance parties: the big book Ministry of Health, New Zealand
Report 1999
Hazards Faced by Young Designated Drivers: In-Car Risks of Driving Drunken Passengers Rothe PJ, Carroll LJ
Journal article 2009
Health and Safety European Standards for nightlife venues Calafat A, Duch M, Juan M et al.
Journal article 2012
Healthy nightclubs and recreational substance use. From a harm minimisation to a healthy settings approach Bellis MA, Hughes K, Lowey H
Journal article 2002
Impact of providing drinkers with 'know your limit' information on drinking and driving: A field experiment Johnson MB, Clapp JD
Journal article 2011
Impact of the new UK licensing law on emergency hospital attendances: a cohort study Newton A, Sarker SS, Pahal GS et al.
Journal article 2007