Tackling Scotland's Alcohol Problem
Tackling Scotland's Alcohol Problem
Tackling Scotland's Alcohol Problem
SHAAP provides the authoritative medical and clinical voice on the need to reduce the impact of alcohol-related harm on the health and wellbeing of people in Scotland and the evidence-based approaches to achieve this.
SWF and SHAAP
SHAAP guidance on the adverse effects of alcohol and sport for SWF players
Guidance for heavy drinkers
Advice for heavy drinkers who are thinking about cutting back or stopping drinking alcohol
See Beyond
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Alcohol marketing regulations in Norway

By Nils Garnes

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For the latest on Minimum Unit Pricing in Scotland, see our webpage: https://www.shaap.org.uk/policy/minimum-unit-pricing.html

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Raising awareness about alcohol and campaigning to reduce alcohol harm. 

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Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) is a partnership of the Medical Royal Colleges and the Faculty of Public Health in Scotland and is based at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE).

Using the best available evidence, SHAAP provides the authoritative clinical voice on how policy makers and clinicians can reduce alcohol-related harms in Scotland. 

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