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Anytime, any place, anywhere? Addressing physical availability of alcohol in Australia and the UK

Source
Institute of alcohol studies
Year of publication
2017
Abstract

Shorter hours of sale for alcohol could ease the pressure on ambulances, emergency departments, hospitals and the police, suggests a study of licensing laws in Australia and the UK. This is the key finding from a new report published today by the Institute of Alcohol Studies (UK) and the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education FARE (Australia). Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere? compares and assesses alcohol licensing policies in Australia and the UK and offers a series of recommendations on how to reduce and prevent alcohol-related harm based on shared learnings. This is the first comparative study of alcohol availability policies in these two countries, which share similar drinking cultures.

Date added
13/06/2017
Created by
Sylvia Lord
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health