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Alcohol and the Public Health

A study by a working party of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine of the Royal Colleges of Physicians on the prevention of harm related to the use of alcohol and other drugs

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Red Globe Press

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10 April 1991

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Alcohol consumption and alcohol-induced social and health problems are fast increasing, while 'safe' intake levels are revised downwards. Result, a resurgence of concern. This authoritative, balanced and factual book is for...

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Alcohol consumption and alcohol-induced social and health problems are fast increasing, while 'safe' intake levels are revised downwards. Result, a resurgence of concern. This authoritative, balanced and factual book is for social workers, community nurses, health visitors, midwives, GP's, community and religious leaders, politicians, police, voluntary and action groups, schools and teachers, and, of course, those in the drinks trade. Most importantly, it applies to those at risk, their families and carers. Free from medical jargon, loaded with diagrams, graphs and tables it dissects and informs without mystifying or judging. '...an extremely lucid and competent piece of work.' Dr Martin Plant, Alcohol Research Group, University of Edinburgh.

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Introduction and Summary
How much do we drink Medical and Psychiatric problems related to alcohol
Alcohol and harm to the community
Making people better informed about alcohol (public education)
Should be control the times and places
when people can drink?
Does the price of alcohol affect how much people drink?
Separating drinking and driving Provision of adequate and early help (resources) Local action
The responsibility of the drinks industry Educating
Doctors Recommendations.

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J.R. KEMM, Chairman and Editor, Consultant in Public Health Medicine, Birmingham.

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J.R. KEMM, Chairman and Editor, Consultant in Public Health Medicine, Birmingham.

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