The Effects of Alcohol Outlets and Sales on Alcohol-Related Injuries Presenting at Emergency Departments in Perth, Australia, from 2002 to 2010
|dc.contributor.author||Hobday, Michelle Bridget|
|dc.contributor.supervisor||Prof. Tanya Chikritzhs||en_US|
The study examined the effects of licensed outlets and alcohol sales on levels of alcohol-related injuries presenting to Emergency Departments in Perth, Western Australia . This retrospective population-based longitudinal study used injury and alcohol availability data. Negative binomial regression modelling with random effects demonstrated that sales per off-premise outlet and counts of on-premise outlets per postcode were significantly associated with alcohol-related injury. These findings also supported restrictions on numbers of outlets, price discounting, and trading hours.
|dc.title||The Effects of Alcohol Outlets and Sales on Alcohol-Related Injuries Presenting at Emergency Departments in Perth, Australia, from 2002 to 2010||en_US|
|curtin.department||National Drug Research Institute||en_US|