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
Can training bar staff in responsible serving practices reduce alcohol-related harm? Lang E, Stockwell T, Rydon P et al.
Journal article 1998
Careers in ecstasy use: do ecstasy users cease of their own accord? Implications for intervention development. Peters GJ, Kok G, Schaalma HP
Journal article 2008
Characteristics and social representation of ecstasy Calafat A, Stocco P, Mendes F et al.
Report 1998
Clubs, drugs and doormen Morris S.
Report 1998
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
Communities mobilizing for change on alcohol: Lessons and results from a 15-community randomized trial Wagenaar, A.C., Geha, J.P., Jones-Webb, R., Toomey, T., Forster, J.L.
Journal article 1999
Community mobilization: evaluation of an environmental approach to local action Treno AJ, Holder HD.
Journal article 1997
Computer-based programmes for the prevention and management of illicit recreational drug use: A systematic review Wood SK, Eckley L, Hughes K et al.
Journal article 2014
Computer-delivered interventions to reduce college student drinking: a meta-analysis Carey KB, Scott-Sheldon LA, Elliott JC et al.
Journal article 2009
Controlling teenagers' drinking: Effects of a community-based prevention project Holmila M, Karlsson T, Warpenius K
Journal article 2010