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Aisha Holloway

University of Edinburgh
Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN)

Aisha is Co-Founder and Co-Chair of SARN. She is Professor of Nursing Studies and Programme Director of Nursing Now Challenge. Her overarching research programme has two distinct elements: 1) a global public health and alcohol related harm and 2) nursing workforce with a strong professional health policy and political nurse leadership focus. The main aims of both programmes are to reduce the risks and harms of alcohol in society, influencing and shaping alcohol policy alongside strengthening the position and profile of nurses through political leadership to achieve grass roots change for global impact.

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