European Alcohol Action Plan (EAAP)
1992, within the framework of WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe). Ceased to exist when replaced by 'Framework for alcohol policy in the European Region', Sep 2005.
Assist Member States to prevent health risks and social consequences arising from alcohol use through reduction in overall alcohol consumption and measures to combat high risk behaviour.Available with paid subscription only.
'Phase I - 1992 to 1995': alcohol policies in member states; consensus with intergovernmental organizations; settings that promote health; primary health care; support systems. 'Phase II - 1996 to 1999' continued Phase I and also: action plans for supportive environments and community projects; developing personal skills; reorienting health services. 'Phase III - 2000 to 2005' covers strategies set out in the European Charter on Alcohol: awareness of, education in and support for relevant public health policies; reduction in alcohol-related problems in specific settings - the home, workplace, community, drinking environment; reduction in breadth and depth of alcohol-related harm - fatalities, accidents, violence, child abuse and neglect, family crises; accessible and effective treatment for people with hazardous alcohol consumption or alcohol dependence; protection from pressure to drink for children, young people and those choose to abstain from alcohol.
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- Societal Problems
- Addiction, Drug Abuse
- Health Care
- WHO Bodies
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