Sustaining a Reduction of Alcohol-Related Harms in the Licensed Environment
This project was undertaken by Griffith University to develop a comprehensive prevention model that was capable of reducing alcohol related violence and aggression, and a scientifically defensible research design to test the model in a variety of licensed environments in Australia and New Zealand.
This report was published in 2009 and includes a review of the literature on prevention of alcohol related violence and examines the lack of scientific evidence of sustainable reductions of harm, public disorder and violence around licensed environments. It identifies the rationale and components of a comprehensive prevention model and concludes with a description of the process for both implementing, supporting, monitoring and evaluating the trial at multiple sites.
This report provides a sound evidence base and scientific design to progress with a trial at multiple sites.