Alcohol Occasionals

Materials relating to SHAAP/SARN "Alcohol Occasionals" events.

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14th Jul 2021

Greenspace programmes for problem substance use

Greenspace programmes for problem substance use

Event report for the webinar hosted on Tuesday 15 June 2021 - Wendy Masterton, PhD Student, University of Stirling.

 

28th Jun 2021

Managed Alcohol Programmes (MAPs)

Managed Alcohol Programmes (MAPs)

Event report for the webinar hosted on Tuesday 1 June 2021 - Dr Hannah Carver, Lecturer in Substance Use and Deputy Director of the Salvation Army Centre for Addiction Services and Research (SACASR), University of Stirling & Professor Tessa Parkes, SACASR Director, University of Stirling.

24th May 2021

Understanding drinking transitions during lockdown

Understanding drinking transitions during lockdown

Event report for the webinar hosted on Wednesday 28 April 2021 - Dr Emily Nicholls, Lecturer in Sociology, University of York.

 

20th Apr 2021

Alcohol-related violence and deprivation

Alcohol-related violence and deprivation

Event report for the webinar hosted on Tuesday 30 March 2021 - Dr Carly Lightowlers, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Liverpool & Lucy Bryant, Research and Policy Officer, Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS).

16th Mar 2021

Exploring men’s alcohol consumption in the context of becoming a father: A scoping review

Exploring men’s alcohol consumption in the context of becoming a father: A scoping review

Event report for the webinar hosted on Thursday 25 February 2021 - Dr Elena Dimova, Postgraduate Researcher, Glasgow Caledonian University.

10th Feb 2021

Beyond behaviours: How health inequality theory can enhance our understanding of the ‘alcohol harm paradox’

Beyond behaviours: How health inequality theory can enhance our understanding of the ‘alcohol harm paradox’

Event report for the webinar hosted on Wednesday 20 January 2021 - Jennifer Boyd, PhD Student, University of Sheffield.

18th Aug 2020

Problematic substance use in later life

Problematic substance use in later life

Hosted as a webinar on Tuesday 7th July 2020 - Dr Trish Hafford-Letchfield, Professor of Social Work, Strathclyde University and Tricia McQuarrie, Middlesex University, London.

18th Aug 2020

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

Hosted as a webinar on Tuesday 23rd June 2020 - Dr Briege Nugent, Consultant Researcher and Ian Clark, Director of Iconic Consulting.

18th Aug 2020

FASD: everybody's business

FASD: everybody's business

Hosted as a webinar on Tuesday 19th May 2020 - Dr Jennifer Shields, Principle Clinical Psychologist (FAAST) and Dr Sarah Brown, Consultant Paediatrician

18th Aug 2020

Relationship towards alcohol throughout the lifespan on the Isle of Arran

Relationship towards alcohol throughout the lifespan on the Isle of Arran

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, Thursday 20th February 2020 - Heather Still, Alcohol and Drug Researcher, Arran Community & Voluntary Service.

9th Jul 2019

'Debunking the myth of Heineken in Africa'

'Debunking the myth of Heineken in Africa'

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh - Olivier van Beemen, Dutch investigative journalist & author showcases his new book

23rd May 2019

“You could just show a little more compassion”: A meta-ethnography of what constitutes effective problem alcohol and drug treatment from the perspective of people who are homeless

“You could just show a little more compassion”: A meta-ethnography of what constitutes effective problem alcohol and drug treatment from the perspective of people who are homeless

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh - Dr Hannah Carver & Dr Tessa Parkes, University of Stirling

25th Apr 2019

Exploring the role of food and nutrition for women in recovery from alcohol and substance misuse

Exploring the role of food and nutrition for women in recovery from alcohol and substance misuse

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh - Deanne Carlson and Chloe Berry, University of Plymouth

 

7th Mar 2019

Redefining Recovery: Soberistas - a social network encouraging a secure, alcohol-free identity

Redefining Recovery: Soberistas - a social network encouraging a secure, alcohol-free identity

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh - Dr Julia Sinclair, Professor of Addiction Psychiatry, University of Southampton

 

15th Feb 2019

All 'Occasionals' reports from lectures 2013 - 2018 in one booklet.

All 'Occasionals' reports from lectures 2013 - 2018 in one booklet.

All 'Alcohol Occasionals' reports from lectures 2013 - 2018 in one booklet

14th Feb 2019

"Before rock bottom?" Promoting early recovery and self-change amongst harmful drinkers

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh - James Morris, PhD candidate, London South Bank University

17th Jan 2019

Evaluation of the 'Drink Wise, Age Well' interventions

Evaluation of the 'Drink Wise, Age Well' interventions

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Lauramay Adnum, Lecturer in Criminology at Liverpool Hope University

6th Dec 2018

Visibility and Voice within the Addiction Recovery Advocacy Movement

Visibility and Voice within the Addiction Recovery Advocacy Movement

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Liam Metcalf-White, PhD candidate and graduate teaching assistant, University of Chester

28th May 2018

Drunk and doubly deviant? Gender, intoxication and assault: An analysis of Crown Court sentencing practices in England and Wales

Drunk and doubly deviant? Gender, intoxication and assault: An analysis of Crown Court sentencing practices in England and Wales

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Carly Lightowlers, Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, University of Liverpool

23rd Apr 2018

Accounting for harms: the role of qualitative sociology in social justice approaches to alcohol and suicide

Accounting for harms: the role of qualitative sociology in social justice approaches to alcohol and suicide

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Dr Amy Chandler, School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh