APHRUAlcohol and Public Health Research Unit
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APHRU outlined the Liquor Licensing Project in an invitation to participate sent to about 30 such people working on alcohol issues.
APHRU planned a community-oriented project it hoped would be sufficiently flexible in program delivery to cater for what could be rapidly changing environmental circumstances as the new licensing system began to be implemented at local and national levels.
He identified himself to the respondents as undertaking research for a study on the introduction of the Sale of Liquor Act for the University of Auckland and did not link himself to APHRU. This was to maintain a more distanced perspective on the project as an element of process evaluation and to disassociate the interviews as much as possible from any awareness of APHRU involvement in a research project around licensing.
Paul Duignan, APHRU, University of Auckland (www.aphru.ac.nz, p.duignan@auckland.ac.nz); Parker Duignan Ltd (www.parkerduignan.com, paul@parkerduignan.com)
During the course of the project the HPAs were sent eleven newsletters, as they were called, by the APHRU. These were researched and compiled by one member of the research team.
In the course of the project the HPAs wrote four six-monthly reports on their activities, based on a guideline from the APHRU, which asked for feedback on the action in which the HPAs had engaged.
See also http://www.aphru.ac.nz for a summary of the project, Conclusions and Recommended Amendments, and for APHRU's Submissions to the Liquor Review 1996 and to the Parliamentary Select Committee on the Sale of Liquor Amendment Bill.