Minimum unit pricing in Scotland: a qualitative study of children and young people's own drinking and related behaviour

Minimum unit pricing in Scotland: a qualitative study of children and young people's own drinking and related behaviour

Read the event report for Dr Nugent's and Mr Clark's SHAAP/SARN webinar: Minimum unit pricing in Scotland: a qualitative study of children and young people's own drinking and related behaviour.

This presentation explored the results of a qualitative study with children and young people that sought to understand children and young people's own drinking and related behaviour in the context of the introduction of minimum unit pricing (MUP). Dr Nugent and Mr Clark highlighted, among other things, that one of the most interesting findings to emerge from the study was data on how young people acquire alcohol, as well as the miriad and complex influences on their drinking behaviour.

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Created Date: 18th Aug 2020
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