Ethnicity And Alcohol

This review draws together recorded drinking patterns among minority ethnic groups in the UK over the last 15 years and considers the evidence for service provision and support. Most minority ethnic groups have higher rates of abstinence and lower levels of frequent and heavy drinking when compared with the British population as a whole and to people from white backgrounds. Drinking patterns vary both between and within minority ethnic groups. Leadership Briefing Issue 5.03 (51)

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