AARC is a partnership between local communities, local government, government agencies, the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE), the Universities of New South Wales and Newcastle, and the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC).
 
Funding for the project was provided by the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE).
 
This monograph provides a detailed description of the interventions and their costs, and the research outputs from the AARC project.

 

Chapter 1: Context, aims and method of the AARC project

  • Context for the AARC project
  • Aims
  • Study design
  • Selection of communities
  • Allocation of communities to the control and experimental conditions
  • Community characteristics
  • Measures
  • Intervention overview
  • References
 
 
Chapter 2: Detailed description of interventions and their costs
  • Introduction
  • Aims
  • Method
  • Results
  • Description and costs of interventions selected for AARC
  • References
 
 
Chapter 3: References

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Author(s)

Anthony Shakeshaft, Christopher Doran, Dennis Petrie, Courtney Breen, Alys Havard, Ansari Abudeen, Elissa Harwood, Anton Clifford, Catherine D'Este, Stuart Gilmour, Rob Sanson-Fisher
Date Commenced
25 Sep 2013
Resource Type
Monographs