Resources

Reports


European longitudinal study on the relationship between adolescents’ alcohol marketing exposure and alcohol use

This is the first study to examine the effect of alcohol marketing exposure on adolescents’ drinking in a cross-national context. The aim was to examine reciprocal processes between exposure to a wide range of alcohol marketing types and adolescent drinking, controlled for non-alcohol branded media exposure.

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Galway City Alcohol Survey

Research commissioned by Health Promotion and Improvement, HSE, on behalf of the Galway Healthy Cities Alcohol Forum, to establish a benchmark on behaviours and attitudes towards alcohol within Galway City.

Specifically, the research was designed to: (i) report on current attitudes, awareness and behaviours in relation to alcohol use and alcohol-related harm in Galway City; (ii) examine the views of citizens on current alcohol policy issues in Galway City; and (iii) provide information to assist the Galway Healthy Cities Alcohol Forum in implementing the strategy to prevent and reduce alcohol-related harm in Galway City.

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Alcohol in Ireland: consumption, harm and cost

An infographic sheet from the Health Research Board (HRB) summarising some of the key findings from its report, 'Alcohol in Ireland: consumption, harm, cost and policy response'.

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Publications


Global Prevalence of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder among Children and Youth

Globally, FASD is a prevalent alcohol-related developmental
disability that is largely preventable. The findings highlight the need to establish a universal
public health message about the potential harm of prenatal alcohol exposure and a routine
screening protocol. Brief interventions should be provided, where appropriate.

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PreBudget Submission 2018

Pre Budget submission to the Department of Finance August 2018

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AHA Letter to Local Authority Members Summer 2017

A letter to all Local Authority members expressing concern over the unnecessary delay in progressing the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill; seeking their support and outlining the scale of the issues we face as a society from further inaction.

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