Resources

This section of the APIS website contains additional resources useful to researchers and others interested in alcohol policy. Resources include the following:

This section of the APIS website provides material from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Digest of State Alcohol-Highway Safety Related Legislation, which reports the status of State laws concerned with drunk driving offenses and alcoholic beverage control.
This section of the APIS website provides a listing of peer-reviewed publications that have made use of APIS data. The list is updated periodically and includes publications that have appeared since the launch of the APIS website on June 23, 2003.
This section of the APIS website provides information about sources of data for measuring the outcomes of policy change, including: the Alcohol Epidemiologic Data Directory, the Alcohol-Related Disease Impact (ARDI), and the Statewide Availability Data System II: 1933 – 2003.
This section of the APIS website provides information about a longitudinal database offered by the American Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation featuring a national collection of tobacco control ordinances, by-laws, and Board of Health regulations dating from the early 1980s to the present.
This section of the APIS website presents two papers designed to assist researchers in using APIS alcohol tax data in the design of research studies.
This section of the APIS website provides information about using legal data in conducting multidisciplinary evaluations for public health research.
This section of the APIS website provides information about the Sober Truth on Preventing Underage Drinking Act (STOP Act), and its requirement of an annual Report to Congress on the consequences of underage drinking and Federal and State policies to prevent and reduce it.
This section of the APIS website provides information about funding opportunities administered through the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. These Program Announcements solicit grant applications on the effects of alcohol-related public policies on health-related behaviors and outcomes.

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