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Alcohol Research UK is an independent charity that tackles alcohol-related harm by funding high quality, impartial research. Since 1980, we have produced over 100 reports into alcohol harm, treatment, policy and culture.
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The fourth part of the fortnightly course on the evidence for alcohol treatment asks are there ‘good’ reasons for ‘bad’ implementation, and do the same characteristics facilitate both screening and brief advice?
Videos from the 2016 New Directions in the Study of Alcohol Group conference are now available online. The conference explored 40 years of addiction treatment, with contributions from many leading figures in the field.
The annual Statistics on Alcohol for England 2016 has been released, detailing national data for key alcohol-related indicators and health harms. Mainly bringing together previously reported alcohol data releases, the current trend picture remains one of still rising alcohol harms overall – particularly hospital admissions (broad measure) and deaths
A research team at Teesside University, led by Professor Newbury-Birch have carried out a systematic review of literature which shows the level of alcohol misuse at different stages of the Criminal Justice System (CJS) in the UK.
NHS Scotland have published updated sales figures for alcohol in Scotland. These suggest that a decline in alcohol consumption since the mid-2000s has started to reverse.
Hundreds of attendees filled the Grand Theatre, Blackpool, on May 5th, as the Jobs, Friends & Houses (JFH) team took to the stage to celebrate its first 18 months of enterprise. The event was made possible with funding from Alcohol Research UK.