Reducing alcohol harm
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The National Audit Office (NAO) is undertaking a value for money (VfM) study to examine alcohol-harm prevention and treatment services that are supported by the Department of Health and the NHS in England, focusing specifically on NHS services for alcohol misusers. To supplement the evidence from England, the NAO has commissioned an international benchmark with the aim of providing lessons from international policy and practice which may be transferrable to England. Five countries, broadly comparable to England in terms of alcohol trends and other socioeconomic indicators, have been examined for this project: Australia, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands and the United States.
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International comparative data on alcohol consumption and harm
Healthcare systems and national alcohol strategies
Prevention and treatment of alcohol problems in healthcare systems
Non-health interventions to prevent and reduce alcohol harms
Comparative analysis — Lessons for alcohol policy from international evidence
Data extraction template
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