Could enlightenment thinking solve Scotland's drink problem?

Watch the video and read the article in The Scotsman about how an 'Enlightenment' approach could help solve Scotland's alcohol problem, to be considered at the 8th European Alcohol Policy Conference held 20-21 November at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

Letter from Glasgow to India re MUP in Scotland

Read SHAAP Steering Group Member Harpreet Kohli's letter re MUP in Scotland published in the National Medical Journal of India

The hidden harms of drink

Dr Peter Rice, Chair of SHAAP Steering Group and former consultant psychiatrist with NHS Tayside, explains the long term implications of excessive drinking in the 4th Scotsman article ahead of the 8th European Alcohol Policy Conference in Edinburgh in November.

Report shows clear gender bias in way drinking is reported

Read the third Scotsman article in advance of the 8th European Alcohol Policy Conference in November on how men's and women's drinking is reported differently and how women's drinking is stigmatised, although they drink less than men. (25th May 2018)

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