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Evaluating the Recent ‘Integrated Approach’ to Alcohol Policy Designed to Promote Moderate Alcohol Consumption Among Dutch Young People

  • Rob BovensEmail author
  • Dike van de Mheen
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Abstract

For the last 15 years, alcohol policy in the Netherlands has shifted focus from adults (and predominantly students) to younger people aged 10–18 years old (mainly secondary school students).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Tranzo, Scientific Center for Care and Wellbeing, School of Social and Behavioural SciencesTilburg UniversityTilburgThe Netherlands

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