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Call for Papers for Alcohol Workshop, 20th January 2017. Advancing theory and understanding of risky drinking behaviour: Insights from alcohol warning messages

Advancing theory and understanding of risky drinking behaviour: Insights from alcohol warning messages

As part of a British Academy funded research project on alcohol warning labels Bangor University are running a one-day free workshop aimed at researchers, practitioners, and policy makers on the topic of alcohol warning messages. 

The British Academy funded Alcohol Workshop will be held on the 20th January 2017 in Chester, UK. The event is a free one-day workshop aimed at researchers, practitioners, policy makers and PhD students on the topic of alcohol messages.

You can submit a paper for the workshop until 5pm on the 15th November. More information can be found here.

Please get in-touch with l.hassan@bangor.ac.uk if you have any questions about the workshop.

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