ALD Guidance for Good Practice launch, 24 Oct: Register here

ald report cover pageSHAAP invites you to the national launch of the 'Alcohol-related Liver Disease: Guidance for Good Practice' report on Tuesday 24th October at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. We are delighted that CMO Dr Catherine Calderwood has agreed to address the conference, which is aimed at clinicians, researchers and healthcare professionals involved in the treatment and care of patients with ALD. Places are limited; early registration is advised. Register here

Alcohol 'Occasionals' series 2017-18: Call for proposals

Invitation to submit your research proposal on the theme of 'Alcohol and Social Justice', deadline: 28th August 2017. NOW CLOSED

SHAAP awaits MUP Supreme Court decision - Press release

SHAAP has issued the following press release in relation to the Supreme Court's consideration of Scotland's MUP policy. We hope and expect that the policy will be judged legal and implemented ASAP.

‘Mortality among a cohort of heavy drinkers in Edinburgh & Glasgow’: New report

News Release issued today on behalf of Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) and Edinburgh Napier University.

A new report carried out by Edinburgh Napier University for SHAAP into early mortality of heavy drinkers in Scotland  is launched today. The study shows the extent of early death within a group of 600 patients, with over 100 of them dying around 25 years earlier than the normal life expectancy in Scotland; and notes the significant consumption of cheap alcohol, particularly vodka and white cider in this group. This report is particularly relevant, in view of the Scotch Whisky Association's renewed challenge on minimum unit pricing at the UK Supreme Court next week.

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