Carla Alexia Campbell

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The density of alcohol outlets in communities may be regulated to reduce excessive alcohol consumption and related harms. Studies directly assessing the control of outlet density as a means of controlling excessive alcohol consumption and related harms do not exist, but assessments of related phenomena are indicative. To assess the effects of outlet density(More)
CONTEXT Excessive alcohol consumption is the third-leading cause of preventable death in the U.S. This systematic review is one in a series exploring effectiveness of interventions to reduce alcohol-related harms. EVIDENCE ACQUISITION The focus of this review was on studies evaluating the effects of the privatization of alcohol retail sales on excessive(More)
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