|Fone, David Lawrence, Dunstan, Frank David John, White, James, Webster, Christopher John, Rodgers, Sarah, Lee, Shin Shim, Shiode, Narushige, Orford, Scott, Weightman, Alison Lesly, Brennan, Iain, Sivarajasingam, Vaseekaran, Morgan, Jennifer, Fry, Richard and Lyons, Ronan 2012. Change in alcohol outlet density and alcohol-related harm to population health (CHALICE). BMC Public Health 12 (1) , p. 428. 10.1186/1471-2458-12-428|
Excess alcohol consumption has serious adverse effects on health and violence-related harm. In the UK around 37% of men and 29% of women drink to excess and 20% and 13% report binge drinking. The potential impact on population health from a reduction in consumption is considerable. One proposed method to reduce consumption is to reduce availability through controls on alcohol outlet density. In this study we investigate the impact of a change in the density of alcohol outlets on alcohol consumption and alcohol-related harms to health in the community.
|Subjects:||R Medicine > R Medicine (General)|
|Last Modified:||28 Apr 2017 05:36|
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