Call for Papers for Special Issue of Drugs and Alcohol Today on co-production in the field of substance use research

Proposal of Special Issue on Co-production in substance use research in Drugs and Alcohol Today   Dr Jo Cairns1,2 and Dr James Nicholls1,3 1 Alcohol Research UK 2 Newcastle University 3 London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine   Contact details: jo.cairns@alcoholresearchuk.org Alcohol Research UK, 27 Swinton Street, London WC1X 9NW 1. Theme and topics […]

Call for papers: Postgraduate and early career symposium 2017

We are inviting postgraduates, PhD and postdoctoral researchers to submit an abstract for our Postgraduate and Early Career Symposium, which will take place on Tuesday, 4th April 2017.

Postgraduate and Early Career Research Symposium 2016

Alcohol Research UK will be holding its second Postgraduate and Early Career Research symposium on March 15th 2016 at the The Rep, Birmingham. We invite Early Career Researchers working on any aspect of alcohol research to submit proposals for consideration. The symposium is a great opportunity to present your work, network with other researchers and […]

PhD studentship – Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Middlesex University

This Studentship presents an exciting opportunity to explore the many factors which influence alcohol licensing decisions, to consider the roles of different stakeholders and the tensions, power dynamics and partnerships between groups which arise around issues such as granting or revoking licenses, restriction orders, cumulative impact areas etc.

PhD Studentship – Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Southampton

The study presents a unique opportunity to describe NHS alcohol recovery programmes and patients’ experience, needs and use over time of two programmes (hospital and community based) following an outpatient hospital based detoxification programme.

PhD studentship – Department of Psychology, Edge Hill University

This studentship is concerned with gaining a better understanding of how group processes shape and maintain alcohol behaviours. Adopting a multi-methodological approach that comprises experimental, ethnographic /qualitative and cutting-edge experiential sampling methodologies, the aim is to examine systematically how group dynamics may be harnessed for reducing problematic levels of alcohol consumption.

New funding opportunity: Alcohol Research UK Flagship Grant

Alcohol Research UK will co-fund research with the MRC and ESRC to explore the link between harms caused by alcohol and drinking behaviours  Our second flagship initiative is a collaboration between Alcohol Research UK, the Medical Research Council and the Economic and Social Research Council.  Successful projects will investigate links between specific harms and distinct […]

In:tuition Programme – Call for Proposals

Feasibility and Initial Process Evaluation of In:tuition

We are inviting proposals from suitably qualified researchers to undertake the above study by July 2012, on behalf of Drinkaware.