Date(s) - 18/06/2018
Glasgow Caledonian University
This event will show why gender is important in understanding drinking, alcohol-related harm, recovery and family support. We will explore the double standards which are applied to men and women’s drinking, the ways in which alcohol marketing targets men and women, and why gender matters in terms of family support and recovery. This session is led by the Substance Use & Misuse research group at Glasgow Caledonian University and Scottish Families affected by Alcohol & Drugs, and includes expert input from Alcohol Focus Scotland, and families who have been affected by substance use.
The event features Dr Carol Emslie, who leads the Substance Use & Misuse research group at Glasgow Caledonian University, and Dr Justina Murray CEO of Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs.
More information is available on the registration page (click here).