Smartphone technologies and self-reported levels of alcohol consumption

This Small Grant report looks at the use of a bespoke smartphone app to track alcohol consumption.  It finds that real-time reporting via a phone reveals much higher levels of consumption than recall-based surveys.

New research report: Problematic alcohol use among women involved in prostitution

A new study funded by an Alcohol Research UK Small Grant to Eaves gives important insights into the problematic use of alcohol among women involved in prostitution.

Service engagement among Polish street drinkers in a London borough

A new feasibility study exploring alcohol service engagement among Polish street drinkers is now available in the Alcohol Library.  Based on an Alcohol Research UK Small Grant, the study sets out to understand the lived experiences of Polish street drinkers and their perspectives on approaching and engaging with alcohol services. It also explores the use of […]

Problem Drinking and Peer Support in Cyberspace

Small Grant

Despite the growing body of literature which has examined the use of on-line support groups, little attention has been given to alcohol-related issues.