In the (in press) issue of Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research a study by C. Cherpitel, et al. examines alcohol dose response for alcohol‐related injury for 18,627 injured patients from 22 countries, taking into account each country's detrimental drinking practices (DDP) and the restrictiveness of alcohol control policies (using the International Alcohol Policy and Injury Index, IAPII) (Cherpitel et al., 2019). The authors hypothesised that a dose‐response relationship would be observed, and that all causes of injury would be greater in countries where DDP was greater and where alcohol policies were least restrictive. . To read the full article, log in using your NHS Athens details. To access full-text: click “Log in/Register” (top right hand side). Click ‘Institutional Login’ then select 'OpenAthens Federation', then ‘NHS England’. Enter your Athens details to view the article.