The Journal of Public Health has put together a selection of papers that highlights some of the most cited alcohol-related research published in the Journal of Public Health in recent years.
The collection starts with articles examining local and national alcohol policies, including those involving partnerships with the alcohol industry. The political influence of commercial actors, and their strategic use of corporate social responsibility, pose research questions that have the potential to inform the development of policy agendas.
Research focusing on relationships between alcohol use and cognitive decline, life satisfaction, and physical activity is also featured.
You can access the collection, which is free to access up until the 4th of July 2021, here.