About this event
Since the early 2000s, adolescent drinking in Australia and in many high income countries has fallen dramatically. For example, among 14-17 year old Australians, the rate of risky drinking has fallen from 30% in 2001 to 9% in 2019. This seminar will summarise a program of work looking to understand these trends, addressing the potential causes of these declines, the implications for adult drinking and harm and next steps for research.
About the speaker
Michael Livingston is a quantitative alcohol researcher, who has worked at the Centre for Alcohol Policy Research, the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre and now the National Drug Research Institute. His work spans alcohol policy evaluation, alcohol epidemiology and survey methods.