Increasing compliance with alcohol service laws in a developing country: intervention trial in the Kingdom of Bhutan.

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Summary of "Increasing compliance with alcohol service laws in a developing country: intervention trial in the Kingdom of Bhutan."

Bhutan is a middle income country that, like many others, experiences significant alcohol-related harm and low compliance with laws restricting availability and promotion. This study assessed changes in compliance of alcohol outlets with sales restrictions following a multi-sector programme aimed at improving this.


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Name: Addiction (Abingdon, England)
ISSN: 1360-0443


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