Details of upcoming events

 

'Protecting Children and Young People from Alcohol-related Harm: at Home, in the Community and through the Justice System' - Tuesday, 30th January 2018      HolyroodEvents logo for youth conf Jan18

SHAAP is delighted to support this event and Dr Eric Carlin, SHAAP Director, will be one of the main speakers. Register here, and please note that an early bird rate is available until Friday 10th November - quote ALCEB20 when booking to receive a 20% discount.

SHAAP/SARN 'Alcohol Occasionals' 2017-2018

Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) and the Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN) are pleased to organise the lunchtime 'Alcohol Occasional' seminars. These showcase innovative research on alcohol use and provide the chance for researchers, practitioners and policy makers and members of the public to hear and discuss alcohol related topics, over lunch in the historic Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh at 9 Queen Street, Edinburgh.

2017/18 programme:

The talks will focus specifically on Alcohol and Social Justice in the next session. The programme and dates are now confirmed:

These events are popular and places are limited. To register via EventBrite, click on the title of the event/s (above) that you wish to attend.

Previous Events

Tuesday, 24th October 2017: National launch of SHAAP's 'Alcohol-related Liver Disease: Guidance for Good Practice'.

Held at Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, the Chief Medical Officer, Dr Catherine Calderwood will address the conference, which is aimed at clinicians, researchers and healthcare professionals involved in the treatment and care of patients with ALD. 

Trans Inclusion in Drug and Alcohol Services - Findings from research: an interactive workshop

SHAAP and the Scottish Transgender Alliance (STA) hosted an interactive workshop to present the findings of the Scottish Transgender Alliance (STA) and North Ayrshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership (NAADP) research into trans inclusion in drug and alcohol services.

Event details: Wednesday 11th January 2017, 11:00-15:00 in the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

Postgraduate and Early Career Research Symposium - 18th April 2016

Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP), in collaboration with the Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN), held a Postgraduate and Early Career Research symposium on 18th of April 2016 at the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh.

The symposium was a chance for students, with an interest in alcohol research, from across Scottish institutions to come together, and present their research. The overall aim of the Symposium was to build on and strengthen the PhD and Early Career Researchers community which is of great important to both SARN and SHAAP.

The day consisted of a number of short presentations made by researchers who are at varying time-points within the academic journey, as well as a number of round table discussions. This was a fantastic opportunity to not only network with  peers but it also provided the opportunity to present and get feedback on research, and discuss future research ideas.

 

British Sociological Association (BSA) and SHAAP one-day Symposium - 22nd April 2016

In partnership with the BSA Alcohol Study Group, Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) hosted a one-day interdisciplinary symposium 'How do different disciplines talk about alcohol and how can we work better together?' on 22nd April 2016 in the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

SHAAP/GCU LGBT Seminar at Scottish Parliament - 15th December 2015

Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) published a new report, based on research carried out in Glasgow by researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University, “The social context of LGBT people’s drinking in Scotland”. The Parliamentary discussions, facilitated by Jim Eadie MSP, offered the opportunity for MSPs, professionals and members of the public to discuss the research findings directly with the researchers; to engage with members of the LGBT community; and to learn about the LGBT community’s experiences in relation to alcohol. It provided attendees with a better understanding of the social influences behind LGBT people’s alcohol consumption and drinking behaviours and related outcomes.

 

 

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