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VicHealth’s Action Agenda 2019–2023 reaffirms the 10-year goal of 200,000 more Victorians drinking less alcohol by 2023.
This report examines how Victorian men interact with alcohol, and what challenges they face when it comes to risky drinking.
This framework is a tool for those with an interest in changing risky drinking cultures to reduce harm from alcohol products
This research provides information on drinking behaviours of Generation X and Baby Boomers in sports bars, the construction industry and rural and remote areas.
This report summarises the research findings on a trial conducted in licensed premises in Melbourne to determine what factors might promote water consumption in licensed premises.
Reducing alcohol-related harm in the community requires efforts from multiple sectors and levels of government.
This report summarises the research findings on patterns of Alcohol mixed with Energy Drinks (AmED) consumption and associated harms in Australia.
This research examines Victorians' participation in the Hello Sunday Morning program and finds it likely to be an effective way to change the way people think about alcohol.
This evaluation report summarises the findings from two campaigns: NameThatPoint and No Excuse Needed.
VicHealth has found there are four drinking types. Think you can guess what yours might be? Take our quiz and find out.
This survey, in partnership with FebFast, examines Australians' alcohol-related attitudes and behaviours.
This report examines how alcohol cultures and patterns of use vary across inner- and outer-urban settings.
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