Are UK alcohol policy and NICE guidelines, commending the use of screening tools and delivery of brief advice in hospital emergency departments being adopted?
Process evaluation and feasibility study of In:tuition, a life skills education programme for young people aged 9-14 years
In:tuition is an evidence based, life skills education programme for young people aged 9-14 developed by Drinkaware.
Participants were 60% slower to consume an alcoholic beverage from a straight glass compared to a curved glass. This may represent a modifiable target for public health interventions.
Alcohol Industry Influence on Public Policy: A Case Study of Pricing and Promotions Policy in the UK
Whilst much of the literature on alcohol policy exhibits a clear assumption that industry actors are extremely powerful, we know relatively little about the processes through which alcohol policy is made and the specific role played by industry actors in these processes.
Mystery shoppers are paid to use shops and services to determine the quality of customer experience, can this be applied to an alcohol treatment system?
Option 2 reduces the use of care system in families where parental alcohol misuse is a factor, but what impact does it have on parental substance use, child welfare and family functioning?
Investigating community gardening as a form of rehabilitation for people with alcohol misuse problems in Northern Ireland: A pilot study
Set out to explore the scope of eco-therapy services in Northern Ireland, with the aim of assessing the potential for a larger research project assessing eco-therapy for people with alcohol problems.
Shop servers’ experience of alcohol-related issues and interventions in socially contrasting neighbourhoods
Alcohol problems are concentrated in disadvantaged neighbourhoods and a shift in alcohol consumer patterns away from pubs towards the off-trade sector, makes its purchase cheaper and its consumption, largely unsupervised.
A special report on a recent workshop hosted by the Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at Middlesex University in collaboration with CPI and Improving Health & Wellbeing UK
Exploring the way young people respond to alcohol references in Internet media, the prevalence and nature of alcohol content and the relationship to their consumption and attitudes to alcohol.