Research recommendation(s) from an individual piece of guidance
|Guidance:||Alcohol-use disorders - preventing harmful drinking|
|Date issued:||June 2010|
Research recommendations coming out of this guidance
- What factors (conditions and components) ensure a brief intervention is effective in promoting low-risk alcohol consumption?
- Which screening tool should be considered as the ‚??gold standard‚?? for assessing the drinking behaviour of those under the age of 18?
- To what extent are local services responding to the needs of children affected either by parental alcohol misuse or their own drinking ‚?? and which interventions‚?¶
- Are brief interventions effective and cost effective in reducing alcohol use among various subgroups of the population, such as: those under 16 and over 65;
- Are screening and brief alcohol interventions effective and cost-effective in: medical settings outside primary care and emergency departments (for example, in‚?¶
- What is the effect on alcohol consumption of combining different policies on price, promotion and availability?
- How does advertising by industry and health agencies affect the drinking behaviour of the population as whole? (This includes the use of new media.)
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