The NSW Ministry of Health and Cancer Institute NSW commissioned the Australian Prevention Partnership Centre and Sax Institute to
produce an evidence review on the value of prevention
to reduce alcohol consumption.
The review summaries the latest evidence on the
contribution alcohol consumption has on Australia’s health burden as well as
contributing billions of dollars each year in healthcare and non-healthcare
economic costs. The review finds that targeted alcohol prevention
strategies in Australia can have health, social and economic benefits for
governments, businesses, communities and individuals.
To read the full review visit - The value of prevention to reduce alcohol consumption or listen to the podcast