Alcohol Occasionals

Materials relating to SHAAP/SARN "Alcohol Occasionals" events.

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6th Dec 2018

Visibility and Voice within the Addiction Recovery Advocacy Movement

Visibility and Voice within the Addiction Recovery Advocacy Movement

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Liam Metcalf-White, PhD candidate and graduate teaching assistant, University of Chester

28th May 2018

Drunk and doubly deviant? Gender, intoxication and assault: An analysis of Crown Court sentencing practices in England and Wales

Drunk and doubly deviant? Gender, intoxication and assault: An analysis of Crown Court sentencing practices in England and Wales

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Carly Lightowlers, Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, University of Liverpool

23rd Apr 2018

Accounting for harms: the role of qualitative sociology in social justice approaches to alcohol and suicide

Accounting for harms: the role of qualitative sociology in social justice approaches to alcohol and suicide

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Amy Chandler, School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh

21st Mar 2018

Alcohol harm reduction through a social justice lens: lessons from Canada

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Professor Bernie Pauly, Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research, University of Victoria, British Columbia

29th Jan 2018

The challenges and opportunities of doing socially-just research in unjust spaces

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Victoria Troy, PhD student at Glasgow Caledonian University

4th Dec 2017

Alcohol-related deaths 2013 – a Glasgow City cohort

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Stephanie Dargan, Research Assistant, Glasgow Alcohol & Drug Recovery Service

6th Nov 2017

Social justice, alcohol and youth transitions: findings from a case study in Edinburgh

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Eric Carlin, SHAAP Director

14th Jun 2017

Alcohol deaths in Glasgow 2010. Has service redesign had an impact?

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Catherine Chiang, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

11th May 2017

Peri-conceptual and mid-pregnancy alcohol consumption: a comparison between areas of high and low deprivation in Scotland

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Andrew Symon, School of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Dundee

27th Mar 2017

Alcohol problems in criminal justice settings: an opportunity not to be missed

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Lesley Graham, Clinical Lead for Alcohol, Drugs and Health in Justice Settings, ISD Scotland

27th Feb 2017

Alcohol admissions and health inequalities: is the tide finally turning?

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Neil Martin, Balance, The North East Alcohol Office

24th Jan 2017

How inclusive are we? A trans perspective on alcohol and drug services in Scotland

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Vic Valentine and Oceana Maund, Scottish Transgender Alliance

5th Dec 2016

Does harm from drinking differ by socioeconomic status? Exploring the alcohol harm paradox

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr S Vittal Katikireddi, Clinical Senior Research Fellow, University of Glasgow

13th Oct 2016

Tackling Health Inequalities in Scotland & Implications for Alcohol Policy

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Katherine Smith, Global Public Health Unit, The University of Edinburgh

14th Jun 2016

Adolescent binge drinking in Chile: Does it matter which school they go to?

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Francisca Roman, University College London

5th Apr 2016

Advising pregnant women about alcohol - experiences from research in England and Sweden

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Lisa Scholin, Institute for Social Marketing, University of Stirling

1st Mar 2016

What's not on the bottle? Alcohol labelling in Europe

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

4th Feb 2016

European survey of University student alcohol use: The CALIBRATE project

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Richard Cooke, Department of Psychology, Aston University, Birmingham

8th Dec 2015

Corporate social responsibility and the global alcohol producers; Winners and losers

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Katherine Brown, Director, Institute of Alcohol Studies

29th Oct 2015

GENACIS (Gender and alcohol: a multi-national study) - The development of a multi-country collaborative initiative

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

Professor Moira Plant, University of the West of England and Curtin University, Perth, Australia