Identifying individual- and population-level characteristics that influence rates of risky alcohol consumption in regional communities
Objective: To examine the extent to which individual- and community- level characteristics account for differences in risky alcohol consumption. Method: A cross-sectional postal survey of 2,977 randomly selected individuals from 20 regional communities in
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