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|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.
|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
|Drug checking as a harm reduction tool for recreational drug users: opportunities and challenges
|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
|Drug safety testing, disposals and dealing in an English field: Exploring the operational and behavioural outcomes of the UK’s first onsite ‘drug checking’ service
|Fiona Catherine Measham
|Drug testing in Europe: monitoring results of the Trans European Drug Information (TEDI) project
|Brunt TM, Nagy C, Bücheli A, Martins D, Ugarte M, Beduwe C, Ventura Vilamala M
|Drugs at the campsite: Socio-spatial relations and drug use at music festivals
|Drunk and disorganised: relationships between bar characteristics and customer intoxication in European drinking environments
|Hughes K, Quigg Z, Bellis MA et al.
|Drunken environments: a survey of bartenders working in pubs, bars and nightclubs
|Tutenges S, Bogkjaer T, Witte M et al.
|Ecstasy: use and prevention
|Federal Centre for Health Education