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Home > Change in alcohol outlet density and alcohol-related harm to population health (CHALICE): a comprehensive record-linked database study in Wales.

Fone, David and Morgan, Fiona D and Fry, Richard and Rodgers, Sarah and Orford, Scott and Farewell, Daniel and Dunstan, Frank and White, James and Sivarajasingam, Vas and Trefan, Laszlo and Brennan, Iain and Lee, Shin and Shiode, Narushige and Weightman, Alison and Webster, Chris and Lyons, Ronan (2016) Change in alcohol outlet density and alcohol-related harm to population health (CHALICE): a comprehensive record-linked database study in Wales. Southampton: National Institute for Health Research. Public Health Research, no. 4.3.

External website: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK350758/

Study found that important alcohol-related harms such as consumption of alcohol, hospital admissions and violent crime against the person were associated with change in alcohol outlet density, but there was no strong evidence that associations between harms and outlet density varied with social deprivation.


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