Impact of extended drinking hours in Ontario on motor-vehicle collision and non-motor-vehicle collision injuries.

@article{Vingilis2007ImpactOE,
  title={Impact of extended drinking hours in Ontario on motor-vehicle collision and non-motor-vehicle collision injuries.},
  author={E. R. Vingilis and A Ian Mcleod and Gina Stoduto and Jane Seeley and Robert Mann},
  journal={Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs},
  year={2007},
  volume={68 6},
  pages={
          905-11
        }
}
OBJECTIVE On May 1, 1996, Ontario, Canada, amended the Liquor Licence Act to extend the hours of alcohol sales and service in licensed establishments from 1 am to 2 am. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of extended drinking hours in Ontario on motor-vehicle collision (MVC) and other injuries admitted to regional trauma units based on Ontario Trauma Registry data. METHOD A quasi-experimental design using interrupted time series was used to assess changes in admissions to… CONTINUE READING

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