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Article

Stockwell, Tim and Zhao, Jinhui and Giesbrecht, Norman and MacDonald, Scott and Thomas, Gerald and Wettlaufer, Ashley (2012) The raising of minimum alcohol prices in Saskatchewan, Canada: Impacts on consumption and implications for public health. American Journal of Public Health , 102 , (12) , e103-110.

International research

Cherpitel, Cheryl J. and Borges, Guilherme and Giesbrecht, Norman and Hungerford, Daniel and Peden, Margie and Poznyak, Vladimir and Room, Robin and Stockwell, Tim [WHO] . (2009) Alcohol and injuries: emergency department studies in an international perspective. Geneva: World Health Organization. 304 p.

van der Maas, Mark and Giesbrecht, Norman and Stoduto, Gina and Orpana, Heather and Geneau, Robert and Mann, Robert . (2020) Drinking patterns, alcohol-related harm and views on policies: results from a pilot of the International Alcohol Control Study in Canada. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada, 40 (5-6) 165-75. doi: 10.24095/hpcdp.40.5/6.05

Book

Edwards, Griffith and Anderson, Peter and Babor, Thomas and Casswell, Sally and Ferrence, Roberta and Giesbrecht, Norman and Godfrey, Christine and Holder, Harold D and Lemmens, Paul and Makela, Klaus and Midanik, Lorraine T and Norstrom, Thor and Osterberg, Esa and Romelsjo, Anders and Room, Robin and Simpura, Jussi and Skog, Ole-Jorgen (1994) Alcohol policy and the public good. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Babor, Thomas and Caetano, Raul and Casswell, Sally and Edwards, Griffith and Giesbrecht, Norman and Graham, Kathryn and Grube, Joel and Gruenewald, Paul and Hill, Linda and Holder, Harold D and Homel, Ross and Osterberg, Esa and Rehm, Jürgen and Room, Robin and Rossow, Ingeborg (2003) Alcohol: no ordinary commodity. Research and public policy. New York: Oxford University Press .

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