Communicating Messages About Drinking

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Communicating Messages About Drinking. / Hassan, Louise; Shiu, Edward.

Yn: Alcohol and Alcoholism, Cyfrol 53, Rhif 1, 01.2018, t. 1-2.

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Hassan, L & Shiu, E 2018, 'Communicating Messages About Drinking', Alcohol and Alcoholism, cyfrol. 53, rhif 1, tt. 1-2. https://doi.org/10.1093/alcalc/agx112

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Hassan, Louise ; Shiu, Edward. / Communicating Messages About Drinking. Yn: Alcohol and Alcoholism. 2018 ; Cyfrol 53, Rhif 1. tt. 1-2.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Communicating Messages About Drinking

AU - Hassan, Louise

AU - Shiu, Edward

N1 - Sorry but we do not have an acceptance date as this was an invited editorial rather than a real journal article. There isn’t an acceptance date listed in the article history online and we didn’t get any sort of formal acceptance email from the editor. I attach the postprint. This is not a REFable output.

PY - 2018/1

Y1 - 2018/1

N2 - One arm of an alcohol misuse prevention strategy is the introduction of health warnings on alcohol products. Governments and across the world are responding to the World Health Organization's ‘call for action by to reduce the harmful use of alcohol’ (WHO, 2010). One example is the European Commission's response to the WHO call with a report regarding the mandatory labelling of the list of ingredients and the nutrition declaration of alcoholic beverages (EC, 2017). Notably, the report concluded that ‘the Commission has not identified objective grounds that would justify the absence of information on ingredients and nutrition information on alcoholic beverages.’ However, the report failed to address if warnings rather than ingredient and nutritional information are appropriate or beneficial for harm reduction.

AB - One arm of an alcohol misuse prevention strategy is the introduction of health warnings on alcohol products. Governments and across the world are responding to the World Health Organization's ‘call for action by to reduce the harmful use of alcohol’ (WHO, 2010). One example is the European Commission's response to the WHO call with a report regarding the mandatory labelling of the list of ingredients and the nutrition declaration of alcoholic beverages (EC, 2017). Notably, the report concluded that ‘the Commission has not identified objective grounds that would justify the absence of information on ingredients and nutrition information on alcoholic beverages.’ However, the report failed to address if warnings rather than ingredient and nutritional information are appropriate or beneficial for harm reduction.

U2 - 10.1093/alcalc/agx112

DO - 10.1093/alcalc/agx112

M3 - Editorial

VL - 53

SP - 1

EP - 2

JO - Alcohol and Alcoholism

JF - Alcohol and Alcoholism

SN - 0735-0414

IS - 1

ER -