Alcohol Occasionals 2022 - Navigating the complexity of harm and care: a qualitative study of self-harm and alcohol use

Alcohol Occasionals 2022 - Navigating the complexity of harm and care: a qualitative study of self-harm and alcohol use

Join us online on Monday 23 May from 12.30-14.00 BST for our third SHAAP/SARN Alcohol Occasionals event of 2022.

Dr Amy Chandler and Annie Taylor will present "Navigating the complexity of harm and care: a qualitative study of self-harm and alcohol use" and we will then open to Q+A and wider discussion.

Dr Amy Chandler is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, where she leads sociological and inter-disciplinary research on suicide, self-harm and substance use. She specialises in qualitative methodologies, with a focus on understanding the relationships between personal accounts and experiences, and wider social, cultural and political contexts. Her Twitter handle is @DrAmyChandler.

Annie Taylor is a PhD researcher at Edinburgh Napier University, focusing on the social contexts of alcohol and pregnancy. Annie has worked in policy, practice, and research spanning health, social care, and education for over a decade. She has been involved in various research studies across the public, academic and third sectors, with a focus on children and families. Annie's research interests include gender, maternity, health inequalities, and alcohol and drug use. Her Twitter handle is @AnnieTaylor21.

The webinar will be hosted online using Zoom, and registrants will receive a link to join.

Alcohol Occasionals are free to attend and open to all, and our audience is diverse, including academics/researchers, healthcare professionals, policy-makers and members of the public.

Register for free now on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/alcohol-occasionals-self-harm-and-alcohol-use-tickets-295370419877

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Event Date 23rd May 2022