SHAAP/SARN Alcohol Occasional Seminars, 2015–16: Alcohol, Europe and the World
Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) and the Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN) are pleased to announce our programme for the lunchtime ‘Alcohol Occasional’ seminars, 2015-16. 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.
The theme for this seminar series, from October 2015, is ‘Alcohol, Europe and the World’. This series of presentations will provide insights and stimulate discussion about alcohol in different cultural contexts, drawing on a range of disciplines and opening up debate about implications for policy and practice. Following the seminars, SHAAP will produce briefing papers, which will aim to capture the main themes and to communicate these to a wider audience. You can access reports from previous seminars here.
All of the Alcohol Occasional seminars will be run in conjunction with the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and will take place from 12.30 – 14.00 at their historic premises at 9 Queen Street Edinburgh, EH2 1JQ. Lunch will be provided free of charge.
|Thursday, 29th October 2015||Professor Moira Plant, University of the West of England and Curtin University, Perth, Australia||GENACIS: Gender, alcohol and culture: An international study|
|Tuesday, 8th December 2015||Katherine Brown, Director, Institute of Alcohol Studies, London||Corporate social responsibility and the global alcohol producers: Winners and losers|
|Thursday, 4th February 2016||Dr Richard Cooke, Department of Psychology, Aston University, Birmingham||European survey of University student alcohol use: The CALIBRATE project|
|Tuesday, 1st March 2016||Mariann Skar, Secretary General, Eurocare (European Alcohol Policy Alliance)||What’s not on the bottle?: Alcohol labelling in Europe|
|Thursday, 19th May 2016||Neeraj Bhala, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham||Hypothesising ethnic differences in alcohol-related harms and alcoholic liver disease|
|Tuesday, 14th June 2016||Francisca Maria Roman, University College, London||Adolescent binge drinking in Chile: Does it matter which school they go to?|
Important: These events are extremely popular and places are limited. Please confirm if you would like to attend these events. You can register via EventBrite by clicking on the title of the event(s) you wish to attend. If you have not booked, you will not have a place.