Interpersonal Violence and Alcohol

Publish Date: 
2006
Description: 

Interpersonal violence results in around 520,000 deaths and millions of non-fatal injuries every year. Research on the relation between alcohol and violence suggests that alcohol is a situational determinant which increases the risk of most types of violence. Hazardous and harmful use of alcohol has also been shown to be an important consequence of experiencing or witnessing most forms of violence, but especially child maltreatment and intimate partner violence.
 
Interpersonal Violence and Alcohol

Bibliography: 
World Health Organization