Substance use, violence, and unintentional injury in young holidaymakers visiting Mediterranean destinations.

Abstract:

BACKGROUND:Young people's alcohol and drug use increases during holidays. Despite strong associations between substance use and both violence and unintentional injury, little is known about this relationship in young people holidaying abroad. We examine how risks of violence and unintentional injury abroad relate to substance use and the effects of nationality and holiday destination on these relationships. METHODS:A cross-sectional comparative survey of 6,502 British and German holidaymakers aged 16 to 35 years was undertaken in airports in Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain. RESULTS:Overall, 3.8% of participants reported having been in a physical fight (violence) on holiday and 5.9% reported unintentional injury. Two thirds reported having been drunk on holiday and over 10% using illicit drugs. Levels of drunkenness, drug use, violence, and unintentional injury all varied with nationality and holiday destination. Violence was independently associated with being male, choosing the destination for its nightlife, staying 8 to 14 days, smoking and using drugs on holiday, frequent drunkenness, and visiting Majorca (both nationalities) or Crete (British only). Predictors of unintentional injury were being male, younger, using drugs other than just cannabis on holiday, frequent drunkenness, and visiting Crete (both nationalities). CONCLUSIONS:Violence and unintentional injury are substantial risks for patrons of international resorts offering a hedonistic nightlife. Understanding those characteristics of resorts and their visitors most closely associated with such risks should help inform prevention initiatives that protect both the health of tourists and the economy of resorts marketed as safe and enjoyable places to visit.

journal_name

J Travel Med

authors

Hughes K,Bellis MA,Calafat A,Blay N,Kokkevi A,Boyiadji G,Mendes Mdo R,Bajcàrova L

doi

10.1111/j.1708-8305.2010.00489.x

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-03-01 00:00:00

pages

80-9

issue

2

eissn

1195-1982

issn

1708-8305

journal_volume

18

pub_type

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