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  1. Project

    Norwegian alcohol policy

    The project highlights the use of alcohol policy instruments at local and national level, including an evaluation of changes the Norwegian Alcohol Act.

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    Alcohol drinking patterns among parents and long-term health and social consequences among their children

    This project will study the long-term effects of various forms of parental drinking patterns in regard to their children’s mental health, substance use and workforce non-participation.

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    Local councils’ oversight of the Alcohol Act

    A study of the municipalities' administration of alcohol legislation is conducted every year.

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    Negative consequences of others’ use of alcohol

    The project focuses on four types of negative consequence which can often affect others both in the form of human suffering and of economic cost.

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    Alcohol policy and public opinion

    The project investigates trends and changes in public opinion on alcohol policies, and the structure and determinants of attitudes towards policies. The data are mainly based on population surveys.

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    ESPAD - European School Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs

    FHI is responsible for collecting Norwegian data for ESPAD. To date, six data collections have been carried out; 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011 and 2015.