Its vertical Work Packages address the needs for comparable data, clear guidelines and the development of a good practice tool-kit:
1. Monitoring: Member States will be mobilised to take-up of common survey methodology to obtain comparable data for monitoring progress in reducing alcohol related harm at national and EU level and for benchmarking national developments against wider trends.
2. Guidelines: A common ground in communication on alcohol related harm will be widened, providing a guidance document for policy makers on the scientific basis and policy implications of low risk drinking guidelines.
3. Tool-Kit: A Tool-Kit of good practice approaches in information dissemination will be developed, taking into account effectiveness, transferability, relevance, costs and usefulness.
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