An independent evaluation of Drinkaware's resources for parents.
Our Research and Evaluation Reports
Here you can find our research and evaluation reports. Drinkaware undertakes innovative research to inform our resources and information, and we evaluate our work both through internal data monitoring and commissioning of external evaluators.
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Underage | Talk Campaign | Parents | Digital Resource | Children | Independent Evaluation
In 2016 Drinkaware’s annual Monitor research focused on parents’ and teenagers’ approach to alcohol. View the findings.
A multi-method study of the Drinkaware Track and Calculate Units app.
Over 9 million people visited our website in 2016. Read our report to find out who they were and the impact of their visit.
Adult Drinking | Drinking Attitudes | Drinking behaviour | Moderation and Cutting Back | Evaluation | Survey | Quantitative Research | Control Study
Evaluation of the Have a Little Less campaign targeted at men aged 45-64 years old.
Night Time Economy | Drinking behaviour | Moderation and Cutting Back | Evaluation | Survey | Quantitative Research | Control Study
Evaluation of the Wouldn’t Shouldn’t campaign targeted at 18-24 year-olds in the North West of England.
In December 2016, Drinkaware conducted an online panel survey through Research Now of 2,000 adults, all of whom were in a relationship where at least one of the couple was drinking more than the low…
Digital | Survey
Drinkaware routinely asks visitors of our website for their feedback. We undertake these surveys at different periods of the year to capture seasonal variation in visitor patterns and since 2015 the…
Night Time Economy | Drinking Attitudes | Drinking behaviour | Quantitative Research
This research was undertaken by ICM Unlimited between 30th July and 12th August 2015. Via an online survey, over 2,000 students were asked about negative experiences they may have had on a night out…
In this edition of Research Highlights, we take a look at findings from a research project that examined these questions by taking a “life course” approach. What is a “life course” approach? …