Alcohol outlet density and related harm

  • Project status: Completed
  • Start date: February 2006
  • Expected end date: January 2007
  • Completion date: August 2010
  • Funded by: National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund
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This is a first stage feasibility project. Project aims to progress the development of an Australian model sensitive to local risk factors to help authorities to determine the appropriate liquor outlet density to minimise alcohol-related harm for a community. The project will develop a framework that identifies the type and stages of research necessary to create the model.

Name & Contact Details Role Research Program Location
  • Chief Investigator: Naomi Henrickson,
  • Project staff: Paul Catalano, Curtin University

Professor Tanya Chikritzhs
Tel: 61 (0)8 9266 1609
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Chikritzhs, T., N., Catalano, P., Pascal, R. and Henrickson, N. (2007). Predicting alcohol-related harms from licensed outlet density: A feasibility study. National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund, Hobart, Tasmania. ISBN: 978-0-9803794-8-8 [M69]