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|Pub. No. 236. Schriemer DC, Lenk KM, Scholz N, Erickson DJ, Toomey TL, Joshi S, Jones-Webb R, Nelson TF. Strategies used by local law enforcement agencies to prevent overservice of alcohol in the United States. Journal of Community Health. 2023;48(1):10-7.|
|Pub. No. 235. Lenk KM, Toomey TL, MacLehose RF, Scholz N, Schriemer D, Nelson TF, Delehanty E, Bosma LM, Gloppen K. Place of last drink enforcement: Effects on alcohol-related traffic crashes. Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research. 2023;47(2):406-13.|
|Matter CM, Timmermann Goodpaster SL, Bosma LM, Toomey, TL. Community organizing to change policies to prevent illegal alcohol sales at community festivals. In: Preventing Alcohol-related Problems, Bosma LM., Giesbrecht N. eds. Washington DC: American Public Health Association Press, 2017. Order this publication (hard copy or e-book) at: aphabookstore.org|
Pub. No. 217. Toomey TL, Lenk KM, Erickson DJ, Horvath KJ, Ecklund AM, Nederhoff DM, Hunt SL, Nelson TF. Effects of a hybrid online and in-person-training program designed to reduce alcohol sales to obviously intoxicated patrons. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 78(2):268-275, 2017.
|Pub. No. 214. Toomey TL, Lenk KM, Nederhoff DM, Nelson TF, Ecklund AM, Horvath KJ, Erickson DJ. Can obviously intoxicated patrons still easily buy alcohol at on-premise establishments? Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research,40(3):616-622, 2016.|
|Pub. No. 199. Lenk KM, Toomey TL, Nelson TF, Jones-Webb R, Erickson DJ. State and local law enforcement agency efforts to prevent sales to obviously intoxicated patrons. Journal of Community Health, 30(2):339-348, 2014.|
|Pub. No. 161. Lenk KM, Toomey TL, Erickson DJ. Propensity of alcohol establishments to sell to obviously intoxicated patrons. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 30(7):1994-1999, 2006.|
|Pub. No. 140. Toomey TL, Wagenaar AC, Erickson DJ, Fletcher LA, Patrek W., Lenk KM. Illegal alcohol sales to obviously intoxicated patrons at licensed establishments. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 28(5):769-774, May 2004.|