A new collaborative study between hospital emergency departments and Australian universities will track where alcohol harm occurs and how best to target violence prevention efforts.
While it might be an uncomfortable truth, alcohol does cause violence and there are specific recommendations that need government backing to ensure positive change
Australia's ice problem pales in comparison to prevailing problems of addiction and misuse of alcohol and other drugs
The Hon Nicola Roxon provides insight into the process of informed policymaking, and how researchers and practitioners can engage most productively with governments
Drinking alcohol, not taking illicit drugs like ecstasy or LSD, is more closely linked with violence. Yet, media reports tend to say the opposite
As ScoMo finally concedes increasing taxes might be the way to go, FARE’s Pre-Budget submission proposes a win-win for Australians
Western Australia has raised the bar for supermarket-owned alcohol chains, casting doubt on the value of ‘one-stop shopping’
Alcohol companies fail to follow their own ad rules during the 2017 Super Bowl