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SARN/SHAAP Alcohol Occasionals 2021

January 19th 2021

Beyond behaviours: How health inequality theory can enhance our understanding of the ‘alcohol harm paradox’ | Jennifer Boyd, University of Sheffield | 20 January | Research presentation | Event report


Exploring men’s alcohol consumption in the context of becoming a father: A scoping review | Dr Elena Dimova, Glasgow Caledonian University (joint event with the Institute of Alcohol Studies, IAS) | 25 February | Research presentation | Event report | Research report (on IAS website)


Alcohol-related violence and deprivation | Dr Carly Lightowlers, University of Liverpool & Lucy Bryant, Institute of Alcohol Studies | 30 March | Research presentation | Event report


Understanding drinking transitions during lockdown: social inequalities, alcohol and the COVID-19 pandemic | Dr Emily Nicholls, University of York | 28 April | Research presentation | Event report


Managed alcohol programmes (MAPs) | Dr Hannah Carver & Professor Tessa Parkes, University of Stirling | 1 June | Research presentation | Event report


Greenspace programmes for problem substance use | Wendy Masterton, University of Stirling | 15 June | Research presentation | Event report

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