New Video from Glasgow Caledonian’s Substance Use and Misuse Team

The Substance Use and Misuse Research Group at Glasgow Caledonian University has recently released a video to highlight some of  the current research interests of the group.

The research group, led by Dr. Carol Emslie, aims to understand the social context of substance use and develop interventions to reduce harm. Areas of interest include but are not limited to: gender and alcohol consumption across the lifecourse, alcohol-related violence, smoking cessation, substance dependence and stigma, exploring and reducing inequalities in substance use, and substance use, media and subculture.

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If you would like further information about the research being undertaken by members of the Substance Use and Misuse group please have a look at their website and/or twitter feed. Alternatively, you can contact Carol.Emslie@gcu.ac.uk.

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