SHAAP/SARN ‘Alcohol Occasionals’ 2017-2018
Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) and the Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN) are pleased to organise the lunchtime ‘Alcohol Occasional’ seminars. These showcase innovative research on alcohol use and provide the chance for researchers, practitioners and policy makers and members of the public to hear and discuss alcohol related topics, over lunch in the historic Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh at 9 Queen Street, Edinburgh.
2017/18 programme: The talks will focus specifically on Alcohol and Social Justice in the next session. The programme and dates are now confirmed:
- 6th November 2017 – ‘Social justice, alcohol and youth transitions: findings from a case study in Edinburgh’, Dr Eric Carlin, SHAAP, Birkbeck, University of London & Edinburgh University
- 4th December 2017 – ‘Alcohol-related deaths in Glasgow City: A cohort study, 2013’,
Stephanie Dargan, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
- 29th January 2018 – ‘The challenges and opportunities of doing socially-just research in unjust spaces’,
Vic Troy, Glasgow Caledonian University
- 12th March 2018 – ‘Alcohol harm reduction through a social justice lens: lessons from Canada’,
Dr Bernie Pauly, Centre for Addictions Research of BC, Victoria, Canada
- 23rd April 2018 – Accounting for harms; the role of qualitative sociology in social justice approaches to alcohol and suicide,
Dr Amy Chandler, University of Edinburgh
- 28th May 2018 – ‘Drunk and doubly deviant? Gender, intoxication and assault’,
Dr Carly Lightowlers, University of Liverpool
These events are popular and places are limited. To register via EventBrite, click on the title of the event/s (above) that you wish to attend.