Alcohol-use disorders: preventing harmful drinking

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Appendix E: supporting documents

Appendix E: supporting documents

Supporting documents are available online. These include the following:

  • Effectiveness reviews:

    • Review 1: 'Interventions on control of alcohol price, promotion and availability for prevention of alcohol-use disorders in adults and young people'

    • Review 2: 'Screening and brief interventions for prevention and early identification of alcohol-use disorders in adults and young people'.

  • Economic analysis:

    • Review 3: 'Prevention and early identification of alcohol-use disorders in adults and young people. Macro-level interventions for alcohol use-disorders: cost-effectiveness review'

    • Review 4: 'Prevention and early identification of alcohol-use disorders in adults and young people. Screening and brief interventions: cost-effectiveness review'

    • Economic modelling report: 'Modelling to assess the effectiveness and cost effectiveness of public health-related strategies and interventions to reduce alcohol attributable harm in England using the Sheffield alcohol policy model version 2.0'.

  • Fieldwork report: Alcohol-use disorders: preventing the development of hazardous or harmful drinking'.

  • A quick reference guide for professionals whose remit includes public health and for interested members of the public.

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