Drunken Environments: A Survey of Bartenders Working in Pubs, Bars and Nightclubs

  title={Drunken Environments: A Survey of Bartenders Working in Pubs, Bars and Nightclubs},
  author={S. Tutenges and Trine B{\o}gkj{\ae}r and Maj Witte and M. Hesse},
  journal={International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health},
  pages={4896 - 4906}
There is evidence that bartenders play a key role in respect of the health and safety of patrons in nightlife environments. However, little is known of how bartenders themselves are affected by the environments in which they work, especially with regard to their exposure to violence, pressure to drink and stress. We used a cross-sectional survey to assess the experiences of bartenders (n = 424) working in pubs, bars and nightclubs in Denmark. 71% of the respondents reported drinking while… Expand
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