IARD’s work is informed by the latest scientific evidence on alcohol and health, including alcohol policy. By bringing together data and research on drinking patterns, alcohol in society, and regulations at a national level, IARD examines best practice around policies and interventions that reduce harmful drinking. IARD’s tools and resources are intended to support practitioners in formulating approaches that can be adapted to local needs and contexts.
Information, resources, and examples helpful in creating, implementing, and evaluating alcohol education programs.
The guide also includes a compendium of good practice program examples.Learn More
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This IARD Policy Review summarizes the evidence on physical availability policies and their impact on consumption and alcohol-related outcomes. IARD Policy Reviews cover the evidence on the impact of policy measures on drinking patterns and outcomes. They offer an overview...Read more
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) encompasses several distinct conditions involving the heart and blood vessels. Some of the known risk factors for CVD include health-related behaviors, existing health conditions or family history, and genetic traits. This IARD Health Review focuses on the...Read more
In an effort to help describe the unrecorded alcohol market, as well as drinking patterns and preferences among its consumers, IARD has supported population-based surveys in several countries. This report outlines findings of surveys conducted in 2015 and early 2016...Read more
The Unrecorded Alcohol Toolkit has 3 main purposes: