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Alcohol Policy 16
The 16th in a series of conferences on the avoidance of alcohol-related problems using public policy strategies

Wednesday - Friday
April 3-5, 2013

Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel
Washington DC USA

Building Blocks for Sound Alcohol Policies

We are grateful to cooperating organizations, stakeholders, and participants. A number of public health and safety interests are considering plans for AP17. Please stay tuned.

What can be done at the local, state, national, and international levels?

This 16th conference in the Alcohol Policy series will explore progress in advancing sound alcohol policies at the local, regional, national, and international levels. Since 1981, when the first in this series of alcohol policy conferences took place, experiences in alcohol policy research, development, implementation, enforcement, and evaluation at all four levels have acted as building blocks to identify and promote evidence-based strategies, and to bring focus to the need for alcohol policy reform. The 2010 Alcohol Policy 15 conference stimulated renewed interest in alcohol policy, resulting in a number of regional alcohol policy conferences across the country.

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Cooperating Organizations are health and safety-related governmental agencies that underwrite scholarships, situate related meetings compatible with AP16, and, in other ways, enable select scientists, educators, state and local public officials, federal grantees, and other NGOs to participate in this conference. Cooperating Organization status implies neither sponsorship nor endorsement of AP16 content or speakers. AP16 organizers will confer this status by formal invitations to government agencies that express interest in such designation.

Edited: 2013_04_22

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