Preventing problems related to alcohol availability: Reference guide environmental approaches

This document focuses on research and practice evidence for a select number of approaches to the prevention of alcohol availability-related problems. The criteria used for inclusion of studies as "evidence" in this guideline (described in appendix A) excluded some research and practice stu...

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Main Author: Grover, Prakash L.
Corporate Authors: United States Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (U.S.)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Rockville, MD Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 1999, 1999
Series:Prevention enhancement protocols system (PEPS)
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Summary:This document focuses on research and practice evidence for a select number of approaches to the prevention of alcohol availability-related problems. The criteria used for inclusion of studies as "evidence" in this guideline (described in appendix A) excluded some research and practice studies. However, there was sufficient documentation to evaluate the following six prevention approaches: preventing availability to underage youth; raising alcohol taxes and prices; responsible beverage service; changing the conditions of availability; changing hours and days of sale; and community-based prevention approach. The information included in this guideline was used to develop two additional publications: a practitioners' guide and a guide for communities
Item Description:"Report No.: (SMA)99-3298."
Physical Description:1 online resource