1. A further seven duplicate responses were identified and removed during the data checking process.
2. Hazardous drinking is a pattern of consumption of alcohol which increases someone’s risk of harm commonly defined as drinking at a level of over 14 units per week (NICE 2010, SHeS 2020). Harmful drinking refers to a pattern of consumption which is likely to cause either physical or mental harm and is commonly defined as drinking over 35 units a week for women or 50 units for men (NICE 2010).
3. Responses are published on the Scottish Government’s consultation website
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