During the project relevant publications will be identified, materials will be developed and new insights will be recorded. All relevant documentation will be made available here.
In this early phase, prior to the publication of such SiE specific materials, we offer a broad selection of references related to the STAD model in Responsible Beverage Service and to the STADs Club Drug Use Prevention, based on the same model, which may be useful in understanding and situating the aim and expected outcomes of the project.
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References related to STADs model in Responsible Beverage Service
Brännström, L., Trolldal, B., and Menke, M. (2016). Spatial spillover effects of a community action programme targeting on-licensed premises on violent assaults: evidence from a natural experiment. J Epidemiol Community Health 70(3), 226-30.
Durbeej, N., Elgán, T.H., Jalling, C., & Gripenberg, J. (2017). Alcohol intoxication at Swedish football matches: A study using biological sampling to assess blood alcohol concentration levels among spectators. PlosOne 12(11):e0188284.
Elgán, T.H., Durbeej, N., Holder, H., & Gripenberg, J. (2018). Overserving and allowed entry of obviously alcohol-intoxicated spectators at sporting events. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 42(2), 444-452.
Haggård, U., Trolldal, B., Kvillemo, P., and Guldbrandsson, K. (2015). Implementation of a multicomponent Responsible Beverage Service programme in Sweden – a qualitative study of promoting and hindering factors. Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 32, 73-90.
Månsdotter, A.M., Rydberg, M.K., Wallin, E., Lindholm, L.A., and Andréasson, S. (2007). A cost-effectiveness analysis of alcohol prevention targeting licensed premises. Eur J Public Health 17, 618-623.
Ramstedt, M., Leifman, H., Müller, D., Sundin, E., and Norström, T. (2013). Reducing youth violence related to student parties: Findings from a community intervention project in Stockholm. Drug Alcohol Rev 32, 561-565.
Skoglund, C., Durbeej, N., Elgán, T.H., & Gripenberg, J. (2017). Public opinion on alcohol consumption and intoxication at Swedish professional football events. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 12:21.
Trolldal, B., Haggård, U., and Guldbrandsson, K. (2013). Factors associated with implementation of a multicomponent responsible beverage service program–results from two surveys in 290 Swedish municipalities. Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy 8, 11.
Wallin, E., and Andréasson, S. (2004). Can I have a beer, please? A study of alcohol service to young adults on licensed premises in Stockholm. Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research 5, 221-229.
References related to STADs club drug use prevention based on the STAD-model
Gripenberg Abdon, J., Wallin, E., and Andréasson, S. (2011). The “Clubs against Drugs” program in Stockholm, Sweden: two cross-sectional surveys examining drug use among staff at licensed premises. Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy 6, 2.
Gripenberg-Abdon, J., Elgán, T.H., Wallin, E., Shaafati, M., Beck, O., and Andréasson, S. (2012). Measuring substance use in the club setting: a feasibility study using biochemical markers. Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy 7, 7.
Norrgård, E., Wikström, E., Pickering, C., Gripenberg, J., and Spak, F. (2014). Environmental and capacity requirements are critical for implementing and sustaining a drug prevention program: a multiple case study of “Clubs against drugs”. Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy 9, 6.