Alcohol Measures for Public Health Research Alliance

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Contract/Grant agreement number
: 223059
EC contribution
: € 2,996,687.00
: 48 months
Starting date
: 01/10/2009
: European Union; alcohol policy; public health; cultural determinants of alcohol; social determinants of alcohol; alcohol advertising; alcohol marketing; availability of alcohol; alcohol use disorders; early diagnosis; treatment; drinking environments; illegal alcohol; young people’s drinking; gender and alcohol; cost effectiveness; intersectoral; infrastructures; benchmarking.
Project web-site

Over a four year period, 2009-2012, a consortium of 50 researchers and project partners from 12 European countries studied a range of alcohol policy approaches with a focus on member states of the European Union.

The AMPHORA project provides new scientific evidence for public health measures to reduce alcohol-related harm, through addressing social and cultural determinants, marketing and advertising, taxes and pricing, availability and access, early diagnosis and treatment of disease, interventions in drinking environments and safer untaxed alcohol products.

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