Essays on Alcohol-related Harm and Interventions

Published by
Drug and Alcohol Findings

The Effectiveness Bank features a collection of 45 hot topics – essays written by Drug and Alcohol Findings explaining the background and evidence relating to topics which sometimes prompt heated debate.

They are a popular way to get up to speed on the issues which matter in drug and alcohol policy and practice in Britain, and often too internationally. 

In this collection, the Effectiveness Bank team have produced 5 essays examining alcohol-related harm and alcohol interventions.

  1. The politics and science of alcohol-related harm
  2. Should dependent drinkers always try for abstinence?
  3. Controlling alcohol-related crime and disorder
  4. ‘My GP says I drink too much’: screening and brief intervention
  5. How many drinkers should be in treatment?