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REVIEW 2016 HTM file
Systematic review of interventions to reduce problematic alcohol use in men who have sex with men

Consistent with the broader alcohol treatment literature, there is support for the efficacy of motivational interviewing among cohorts of men who have sex with men. However, research for this population remains ‘alarmingly scarce’, and tends to be derived from theories about problem drinking in the general population.

STUDY 2017 HTM file
The intervention effect of local alcohol licensing policies on hospital admission and crime: a natural experiment using a novel Bayesian synthetic time-series method

Variations in the implementation of alcohol licensing policies across England presented a natural opportunity to study the impact of discretionary powers. Between 2011 and 2015, local areas with a more ‘hands on’ approach to enforcement saw moderate reductions in alcohol-related hospital admissions and violent and sexual crimes.

STUDY 2016 HTM file
Measurable effects of local alcohol licensing policies on population health in England

For the first time, a study in England has shown that the more strongly a local government area regulates the licensing of alcohol outlets, the greater the reduction in alcohol-related harm within the population, as reflected in the number of hospital admissions.

STUDY 2018 HTM file
The impact of buprenorphine and methadone on mortality: a primary care cohort study in the United Kingdom

Buprenorphine may be associated with a lower risk of mortality than methadone among people engaged in opioid substitution treatment – but is the pattern of short treatment duration in the UK preventing maximal impact at a population level?

STUDY 2016 HTM file
After FDAC: outcomes 5 years later (final report)

Five-year follow-up of London families finds better outcomes among those in the Family Drug and Alcohol Court than ordinary care proceedings.

STUDY 2016 HTM file
The Licensing Act (2003): its uses and abuses 10 years on

Seen as excluding health concerns and requiring an individualistic and ‘premises by premises’ approach, interviews with stakeholders and a revisiting of the 2003 Licensing Act for England and Wales suggest it could nevertheless be used to address public health and to implement licensing policies and decisions based on likely overall local impact.

Alcohol Treatment Matrix cell B5: Practitioners; Safeguarding the community

Seminal and key studies on the impact of the practitioner in criminal justice work and safeguarding the community. Explores whether exceptional abilities are needed to forge productive therapeutic relationships in these situations.

The Old Gold archive

‘Collections’ are customised Effectiveness Bank searches not available via the standard options in the search pages. Archive of entries analysing seminal studies of lasting significance from the past.

The Addiction archive

‘Collections’ are customised Effectiveness Bank searches not available via the standard options in the search pages. Complete list of Effectiveness Bank analyses of articles in the journal Addiction published by our partner the Society for the Study of Addiction.

DOCUMENT 2012 HTM file
Drug misuse statistics Scotland 2011

Statistical picture of drug misuse in Scotland in 2010/11 including treatment and criminal justice caseloads and health impacts, plus trends over recent years.

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