SARN Bites

Watch our latest videos, from interviews with university lecturers to directors of public health organisations.

Video                                      Description
July 2014: Eric Carlin
Eric Carlin, Director of the Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems talks at the 'Big Alcohol, Big Tobacco, Big Influence. New vectors for global diseases' seminar.
June 2014: Aisha Holloway
Dr Aisha Holloway of the University of Edinburgh talks about a collaborative project to help individuals with alcohol-related brain disorder express themselves through photographic art.
May 2014: Linda Bauld
Professor Linda Bauld of the University of Stirling talks about her role as Deputy Director of the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, a UKCRC Centre for Public Health Excellence covering 13 Universities.
April 2016: Hannah Carver
Hannah Carver is a PhD student at Edinburgh Napier University and a PhD member of SARN. Hannah is in the process of writing up her PhD which looked at substance use communication between looked after young people and formal carers.
April 2016: Karen Mathews
Karen Mathews is a nurse practitioner and PhD student. Karen is currently studying for a Professional Doctorate at Queen Maragaret University. Her project is a feasibility study which explores Cirrhosis Screening with a Portable Fibroscan® Device in a Community Alcohol Support Service.
April 2016: Andrew McPherson
Andrew McPherson is a Clinical Academic Research Fellow at GCU and a Senior Research Nurse with the Glasgow Clinical Research Facility (CRF). Andrew has recently completed his PhD which compared alcohol treatment groups in the West of Scotland.
Andrew's current work focuses on alcohol consumption and HCV treatment.
April 2016: Gina Martin
Gina Martin is a PhD student at University of St. Andrews and a PhD member of SARN.
Gina's PhD looks at whether neighbourhood conditions are associated with adolescent drinking behaviours in Scotland?
June 2016: Glasgow Caledonian University Substance Use and Misuse Team
The Substance Use and Misuse Research Group at Glasgow Caledonian University is examining Scotland’s relationship with alcohol and developing interventions to reduce harm.