Journal article

The association between parental supply of alcohol and supply from other sources to young people: a prospective cohort

Veronica C Boland, Philip J Clare, Wing See Yuen, Amy Peacock, Alexandra Aiken, Monika Wadolowski, Delyse Hutchinson, Jackob Najman, Tim Slade, Raimondo Bruno, Nyanda McBride, Louisa Degenhardt, Kypros Kypri, Richard P Mattick

Addiction | WILEY | Published : 2020


AIMS: Despite legal age limits set for alcohol consumption, parents are one of the main suppliers of alcohol to underage minors. Although supply from non-parental sources has been found to be associated with greater risk of harm compared with parental supply, the association between parental supply and supply from other sources is unclear. This study investigated the associations between parental supply of sips and whole serves of alcohol on subsequent other supply, conditional on current supply from non-parental sources. METHODS: Data from the Australian Parental Supply of Alcohol Longitudinal Study cohort of adolescents was used. A cohort of 1927 Australian children recruited in grade 7 (m..

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Awarded by 2010-2014 AustralianResearch Council Discovery Project Grant

Awarded by NHMRC

Funding Acknowledgements

The APSALS study was funded by a 2010-2014 AustralianResearch Council Discovery Project Grant (DP:1096668) to RPM, JN, KK, TS, DH, two Australian Rotary Health Mental Health Research Grants to RPM, AA, JN, KK, TS, DH, RB and an NHMRC project grant (APP1146634).