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
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
Web-based alcohol intervention for nightclub patrons: Opposite effects according to baseline alcohol use disorder classification. Sanchez ZM, Sanudo A.
Journal article 2018
The Spirit Is Willing, But the Flesh is Weak: Why Young People Drink More Than Intended on Weekend Nights-An Event-Level Study Florian Labhart , Kristen G. Anderson and Emmanuel Kuntsche
Journal article 2017
Testing the impact of local alcohol licencing policies on reported crime rates in England De Vocht F, Heron J, Campbell R, Egan M, Mooney J D, Angus C, Brennan A, Hickman M
Journal article 2017
Health and Social Problems Associated with Recent Novel Psychoactive Substance (NPS) Use Amongst Marginalised, Nightlife and Online Users in Six European Countries Van Hout, MC; Benschop, A; Bujalski, M; Dąbrowska, K; Demetrovics, Z; Felvinczi, K; Hearne, E; Henriques, S; Kaló, Z; Kamphausen, G; Korf, D; Silva, JP; Wieczorek, L; Werse, B
Journal article 2017
Bartenders as street-level bureaucrats: theorizing server practices in the nighttime economy Kristin Buvik & Sébastien Tutenges
Journal article 2017
Patterns of drinking and driving offenses among nightclub patrons in Brazil Gabriela A. Wagner, Zila M. Sanchez
Journal article 2017
Environmental Factors Associated with Psychotropic Drug Use in Brazilian Nightclubs. Claudia Carlini & Solange Andreoni & Zila M Sanchez
Journal article 2017
Drug testing in Europe: monitoring results of the Trans European Drug Information (TEDI) project Brunt TM, Nagy C, Buecheli A et al.
Journal article 2016
Emergency department-based brief interventions for individuals with substance-related problems: a review of effectiveness EMCDDA
Journal article 2016
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