alexa Think they're drunk? Alcohol servers and the identification of intoxication.
Clinical Research

Clinical Research

Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics

Author(s): Burns ED, Nusbaumer MR, Reiling DM

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Abstract Despite alcohol server training programs and legal liability aimed at controlling intoxication, server intervention appears to be rare. Given the difficulty in assessing intoxication, it can be assumed that improvement in assessment skills would increase the likelihood of intervention. Unfortunately, little is known regarding practices servers use to identify intoxication. In order to build a more informed base for policy formation and server training, the focus of this inquiry was to examine practices used by servers to assess intoxication. The analysis was based upon questionnaires mailed to a random probability sample of licensed servers from one state (N = 822). Indicators found to be most important were examined in relation to a variety of occupational characteristics. Implications for training curricula, policy formation, and future research are discussed.
This article was published in J Drug Educ and referenced in Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics

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