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Club Health San Francisco 2013 – Participant presentations

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Club Health San Francisco 2013 was the 8th International Conference on Nightlife, Substance Use and Related Health Issues. The event was held in May 2013 and marked almost 15 years of international Club Health conferences organised by the Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University.

The conference aims to build capacity and capability among all groups that have a stake in healthy nightlife – from the public health and government agencies that regulate it, to the club owners, festival organisers and promoters that make it happen, to the participants without whom it would not exist.

Some of the participant’s presentations are available below:

Aresi, Giovanni – ‘Living in an area with a high concentraion of drinking venues’ – A participatory research with stakeholders, residents and nightlife goers.

Askew, Rebecca – Too old for fun; Legitimising recreational drug use in adulthood.

Atkinson, Amanda – The monitoring and identification of Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS) in the UK the EMCDDA’s Early Warning System, press reporting and potential implications

Baquit, Rafael – Managing vulnerabilities, reducing risks and caring for harms

Bennett, Andrew – Alcohol, Alright Informing and educating the next generation of drinkers

Bowden-Jones, Owen – From club to clinic

Briggs, Daniel – Capitalismo extremo and the Ibiza dream

Bucheli, Alexander – Legal or illegal, the substance effects are the key for users

Buvik, Kristin – Street level alcohol policy

Calil, Thiago – ResPire

Charlebois, Edwin – Blood Alcohol Concentrations (BAC) among men exiting Gay Bars in San Francisco – Problem drinking and sexual risk taking

Cornwall, Carissa – Providing outreach services to large scale event attendees

Demant, Jakob – Special Focus – Articulating Science and Technology Studies for Drug policy Research

Demetri – Creating safe, sex positive spaces

Dilkes-Frayne, Ella – Settings at play – How nightlife places influence young people’s party drug use.

Eul, Joachim – The influence of different used drugs onto changes in desire for love, desire for sex, sexual performance, and the use of condoms (safer sex) in comparison with the sober state.

Gokhale, Rajeshree – Student Circles; Student to Student sensitization tool

Gunby, Clare – CEOs and corporate hoes, is the NTE a useful space for addressing sexual violence

Hardcastle, Katie – Alcohol in popular music – Changes in the UK music charts 1981-2011

Huth, Dustin – Reducing intoxicated driving by creating a fun, community-integrated, eco-friendly, and financially-accessible bus system

Jordan, Janine – Greening entertainment hospitality riders

Kelly, Brian – Symbolic boundaries

Kosir, Matej – Social Network as a promising example of using ICT nightlife-related prevention

Lomba, Lurdes – Recreational Night life – Can it give rise to violent behaviours

Malakkar – Prohibition’s consequences; the need for legal harm reduction in Practice and Policy

Meluso, Erin – RADD Rewards. A vibrant town, gown and hospitality project. Beyond Access Controls Another Take on Environmental Prevention

Mendes, Fernando – Club Health Conference – Workshop; Training Of Staff in Nightlife Premises First Aid Skills

Miller, Peter – Seven Levels of Hell; Key Findings from dealing with alcohol and the night time economy (Dante)

Moloney, Molly – Identity Consumption and Nightlife – Constructing intra-ethnic boundaries in an Asian American youth culture

Montgomery, Jacob – Large Events – Next Steps

Moore, Simon – Managing Nightlife Harm and it’s Effects on the Health Services

Moore, Simon – Overcoming barriers to provide robust evaluations of nightlife interventions to reduce alcohol-related harm

Parks, Kathleen – Environmental and Individual Risk Factors for Bar-related Sexual Assault

Payer, Doris – Novel synthetic drugs – A neuroscience perspective

Pesesse, Yoan – Safer Party Labels – a health promotion tool ensuring harm reduction standards among nightlife venues

Peters, Jim – A sociable city plan

Ponte, Linnae – Club Health May 2013 – Pscyhedelic Harm Reduction

Sanchez, Zila – Patterns of alcohol consumption among nightclub patrons preliminary data from the Brazilian “Balada com Ciência” Project

Schaub, Michael – Web-based Cognitive Behavioral Self-help Therapy versus Psycho-educative Information to Reduce Cocaine Consumption in Problematic Cocaine Users; A Randomized Controlled Trial

Shepherd, Susan – Effective Safer Nightlife Collaborations

Sibuea, Yvonne – Social media as powerful tools in referring people who use club drugs to health service providers in Semarang City – Indonesia

Still, Keith; Stegeman, Jarno – Underlying causes of crowd ‘incidents

Turner, Angela – Changing the Landscape RH Edmonton

Tutenges, Sebastien – Designing drunkenness

Van Havere, Tina – Keep an eye on your fiends even when you don’t know them; the drug scene in Goa

Woodin, Matthew – Redefining a good night out; Let’s go get SWABBED!

Wooldridge, Missi – Grassroots Harm Reduction Program Development Results from DanceSafe Denver Community Survey