Understanding the alcohol harm paradox

A new report from the Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores University investigates the alcohol harm paradox.

Using licensing to protect public health: From evidence to practice

A new report by Alcohol Focus Scotland and Alcohol Research UK reflects on the role of public health teams in licensing in Scotland since 2009 and considers the implications for the role of public health in licensing across the UK

Policy briefing: Public health and alcohol licensing in England

This briefing is produced by Alcohol Research UK and the Local Government Association to support Public Health in its new role as a Responsible Authority under the 2003 Licensing Act.

Licensing and public health

Alcohol Research UK has co-authored a briefing document on licensing and public health with the Local Government Association. The document contains advice and guidance for health professionals on how to work with licensing teams, what kind of data to use in licensing representations, and where to find further advice.  You can download a full copy […]