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
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 community interventions targeting licensed venues reduce alcohol-related emergency department presentations? Miller P, Sonderlund A, Coomber K et al.
Journal article 2011
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
Does legislation to prevent alcohol sales to drunk individuals work? Measuring the propensity for night-time sales to drunks in a UK city Hughes K, Bellis MA, Leckenby N et al.
Journal article 2014
Does peer-delivered information at music events reduce ecstasy and methamphetamine use at three month follow-up? Findings from a quasi-experiment across three study sites Silins E, Bleeker AM, Simpson M et al.
Journal article 2013
Drink Less Enjoy More: effects of a multi‐component intervention on improving adherence to, and knowledge of, alcohol legislation in a UK nightlife setting Zara Quigg Karen Hughes Nadia Butler Kat Ford Ian Canning Mark A. Bellis
Journal article 2018
Drug Checking: A prevention measure for a heterogeneous group with high consumption frequency and polydrug use - evaluation of zurichs drug checking services Hungerbuehler I, Buecheli A, Schaub M
Journal article 2011
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