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Institute of Alcohol Studies. (2020) Alcohol consumption during the COVID-19 lockdown. Summary of emerging evidence from the UK. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Institute of Alcohol Studies. Bryant, Lucy (2020) Inequalities in victimisation: alcohol, violence, and anti-social behaviour. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Institute of Alcohol Studies. (2020) Minimum unit pricing in Scotland: what we know so far about its effects on consumption and health harms. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Schölin, Lisa and Watson, Julie and Dyson, Judith and Smith, Lesley A (2019) Alcohol guidelines for pregnant women: barriers and enablers for midwives to deliver advice. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Bhattacharya, Aveek (2019) Financial headache: the cost of workplace hangovers and intoxication to the UK economy. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Institute of Alcohol Studies. Bhattacharya, Aveek (2018) Brexit battlegrounds. Where are public health and the alcohol industry likely to clash in the years ahead? London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Institute of Alcohol Studies, Centre for Mental Health. (2018) Alcohol and mental health: policy and practice in England. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Foster, Jon and Harrison, Anthony and Brown, Katherine and Manton, Elizabeth and Wilkinson, Claire and Ferguson, Amy (2017) Anytime, anyplace, anywhere? Addressing physical availability of alcohol in Australia and the UK. London and Canberra: Institute of Alcohol Studies and the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education.

Institute of Alcohol Studies. (2017) Splitting the bill: alcohol's impact on the economy. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

Institute of Alcohol Studies. (2016) Economic impacts of alcohol. London: Institute of Alcohol Studies.

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Northern Territories Alcohol Labels Study Research Team. (2020) Alcohol warning labels reduce sales, change minds, and increase knowledge.

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