Claire Harkins

University West of Scotland

Dr Claire Harkins is a lecturer and researcher at University West of Scotland on the Postgraduate Alcohol & Drug Studies Programme.  Claire recently completed her PhD at the University of Bath that explored alcohol industry activity in relation to alcohol control policy and public health across international, European, UK and Scottish levels of governance authority.  Claire is currently working as a researcher on the ALICERAP project’s Business of Addiction work package examining the interplay between stakeholders, particularly corporate actors, across a number of addictions.

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