Alcohol Occasionals 1st June 2021

Managed Alcohol Programmes (MAPs) – Dr Hannah Carver & Professor Tessa Parkes

In our fifth Alcohol Occasionals event of 2021 held on Tuesday 1 June, Dr Hannah Carver, Lecturer in Substance Use and Deputy Director of the Salvation Army Centre for Addiction Services and Research (SACASR), University of Stirling & Professor Tessa Parkes, SACASR Director, University of Stirling presented their research on Managed Alcohol Programmes (MAPs).


You can read the event report on the SHAAP website.

Watch the video

You can also watch the research presentation and the full recording with presentations and discussion/Q+A.

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