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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How much does the UK really drink?

Drinking Behaviour | Research Highlight

Understanding how much alcohol we consume is an important public health issue. Drinkaware looks at how alcohol consumption is currently measured and how that could be improved.

Drinkaware Monitor: Young People Report

Underage | Drinking Attitudes | Drinking Behaviour | Survey | Drinkaware Monitor

By separately interviewing young people and their parents we are able not only to investigate the drinking habits of young people but also to show how these relate to the attitudes, behaviours and…

2014 Underage Drinking Campaign – Summary Evaluation

Underage | Intervention | Evaluation | Survey

Drinkaware’s campaign focused on the pivotal role parents have in influencing the relationship their child develops with alcohol, specifically by talking to them.

In:tuition Evaluation

Underage | Intervention | Evaluation | Control Study

Overview of the evaluation of Drinkaware’s In:tuition life skills education programme targeting young people aged 9-14, with the aim of reducing the age of a child’s first alcoholic drink.

'Drunken Nights Out' campaign summary

Night Time Economy | Intervention | Evaluation | Survey

The large quantities of alcohol consumed create a serious risk of acute health-harms, including accidents . Over time, cumulative alcohol consumption is associated with a wide range of  serious…

Alcohol related hospital admissions up by a third

Alcohol Harm | Research Highlight

New data shows that hospital admissions involving alcohol have increased 37% in ten years. Drinkaware looks at why and digs deeper to see how a revised way of recording admissions could affect the data.

Underage Campaign Evidence

Underage | Literature Review

A desk review of published evidence on the associated risks of underage drinking, used to inform the Underage Drinking campaign launched in November 2014.

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