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  • Author:
    Norman Giesbrecht,Andrée Demers,Evert A. Lindquist
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    0773531165
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    McGill-Queen's University Press; 1 edition (February 1, 2007)
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    392 pages
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Sober Reflections: Commerce, Public Health, and the Evolution of Alcohol Policy in Canada, 1980-2000 – Ebook written by Norman Giesbrecht, Andree Demers, Evert Lindquist. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Sober Reflections: Commerce, Public Health, and the Evolution of Alcohol Policy in Canada, 1980-2000. Norman Giesbrecht is senior scientist, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Toronto.

Book Description: Contributors include Susan Bondy (Toronto), Andrée Demers .

Book Description: Contributors include Susan Bondy (Toronto), Andrée Demers (Montréal), Madelyn Fournier (consultant, Montreal), Norman Giesbrecht (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, CAMH), Lynn Kavanagh (Mt Sinai Hospital, Toronto), Evert Lindquist (Victoria), Bronwyn MacKenzie (CAMH), Alan Ogborne (consultant), Robin Room (Stockholm), and Gina Stoduto (CAMH).

Sober Reflections book. Sober Reflections describes the development of alcohol policies at the national level and in Alberta, Quebec, and Ontario between 1980 and 2000.

Alcohol policies reflect conflicting ideological, social, health, and commercial agendas

Alcohol policies reflect conflicting ideological, social, health, and commercial agendas. Alcohol policies reflect conflicting ideological, social, health, and commercial agendas.

Giesbrecht N. Alcohol policy in Canada: Reflections on the role of the alcohol . 1980-2000, pp. 289-329. Montreal, McGill-Queen’s University Press. Alcohol policy in Canada: Reflections on the role of the alcohol industry. Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (English supplement). Rehm J, Giesbrecht N, Patra J, Roerecke M. Estimating chronic disease deaths and hospitalizations due to alcohol use in Canada in 2002: Implications for policy and prevention strategies. Preventing Chronic Disease. 2006;3, (4). Advance online publication. Sober Reflections: Commerce, Public Health, and the Evolution of Alcohol Policy in Canada.

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Canada is the only country to have both implemented and evaluated some forms of minimum alcohol prices, albeit in. .Sober Reflections: Commerce, Public Health, and the Evolution of Alcohol Policy in Canada, 1980-2000.

Canada is the only country to have both implemented and evaluated some forms of minimum alcohol prices, albeit in ways that fall short of MUP. To inform these international debates, we describe the degree to which minimum alcohol prices in Canada meet recommended criteria for being an effective public health policy. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press: 74–96.

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Commerce, Public Health, and the Evolution of Alcohol Policy in Canada, 1980-2000. Written by Norman Giesbrecht, Norman Giesbrecht, Andree Demers, Andrée Demers, Evert A. Lindquist and Evert A. Lindquist. McGill-Queen's University Press.

Contributors include Susan Bondy (Toronto), Andrée Demers (Montréal), Madelyn Fournier (consultant, Montreal), Norman Giesbrecht (Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, CAMH), Lynn Kavanagh (Mt Sinai Hospital, Toronto), Evert Lindquist (Victoria), Bronwyn MacKenzie (CAMH), Alan Ogborne (consultant), Robin Room (Stockholm), and Gina Stoduto (CAMH).