Testing the Effectiveness of Enhanced Alcohol Warning Labels and Modifications Resulting From Alcohol Industry Interference in Yukon, Canada: Protocol for a Quasi-Experimental Study Kate Vallance1, MA ; Timothy Stockwell1, PhD ; David Hammond2, PhD ; Simran Shokar3, MPH ; Nour Schoueri-Mychasiw4, PhD ; Thomas Greenfield5, PhD ; Jonathan McGavock6, PhD ; Jinhui Zhao1, PhD ; Ashini Weerasinghe4, MPH ; Erin Hobin4, PhD 1Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research, … Read More →
14 May 2019 Alcohol Advertising Review Board Public Health Advocacy Institute of Western Australia (PHAIWA) The Alcohol Advertising Review Board (AARB) considers and reviews complaints from the Australian community about alcohol advertising. The AARB was developed by the Alcohol Programs Team at the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA (formerly known as the McCusker Centre … Read More →
Assesment of alternative models for regulation of alcohol marketing in Belgium (2019)
Alcohol marketing code failing to protect young people 26 November 2018 Industry-led code-of-conduct ineffective says new report The alcohol industry’s code of conduct does not adequately protect young people from exposure to alcohol marketing, University of Sydney research reveals.
Leading public health experts warn that youth around the world are exposed to extensive alcohol marketing, and that current controls on that marketing appear ineffective in blocking the association between youth exposure and subsequent drinking. Alcohol is the leading cause of death and disability for young males aged 15-24 in nearly every region of the … Read More →
Gray Robinson PA USA May 10 2018 Introduction Suppliers and retailers of alcoholic beverages advertise their respective products and offerings in a wide variety of digital outlets. Questions arise as to how the complex legal landscape of alcohol regulation applies in these digital spaces. Advertising media include social network services (e.g., Facebook), video sharing sites … Read More →