Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

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USA Creator: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Available for: Desktop Last reviewed: 14/06/2017

Review: Monitors the marketing practices of the alcohol industry to focus attention and action on industry practices that can potentially jeopardize the health and safety of youth through access to alcohol, underage drinking and binge drinking. The School of Public Health focusses its extensive research around the "4 P's" of public health - product, place, promotion and price. While the research associated with this site uses US data and has a health promotion focus for US youth, the outcomes have many transferable qualities for use in Australian settings. 

Tags: Advertising, Alcohol, Binge drinking, Harm reduction, Health promotion, Industry, Research, Resources, Youth