Event Materials

Materials from SHAAP and SHAAP-related events.

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9th Sep 2020

Men and Alcohol: Key Issues

Men and Alcohol: Key Issues

Read SHAAP's new report on Men and Alcohol: Key Issues. The report brings together key findings from the 2019/2020 SHAAP/IAS Men and Alcohol seminar series, and makes recommendations for research, policy and practice. 

15th Mar 2019

SHAAP/SARN's Enlightened New Alcohol Research Symposium Report

SHAAP/SARN's Enlightened New Alcohol Research Symposium Report

Report of the 2nd Symposium for PhD and early-career researchers hosted by SHAAP and the Scottish Alcohol Research Network, held in the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh as a satellite event of 8EAPC on 19th November 2018. This report summarises key themes from the presentations by six researchers at varying time-points within their academic journeys.

15th Jan 2019

Pathways to Recovery - 15 January 2019

Pathways to Recovery - 15 January 2019

Some key points from the Pathways to Recovery event held on 15th January at the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh.

22nd Nov 2018

8th European Alcohol Policy Conference report

8th European Alcohol Policy Conference report

Final Report of the 8th European Alcohol Policy Conference (8EAPC) held at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh on 20/21st November 2018, briefly summarising the main talks and topics of youth, gender, health, justice, economics and recovery.

15th Apr 2018

SHAAP/IAS Report: Women and Alcohol: Key Issues

SHAAP/IAS Report: Women and Alcohol: Key Issues

This report draws out and expands upon discussions from a series of seminars co-hosted by Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) and the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS) in 2017.

31st Mar 2018

Men, women and alcohol - Infographics

Men, women and alcohol - Infographics

SHAAP funded infographics which highlight and challenge stereotypes around gender and alcohol by Prof Carol Emslie (Glasgow Caledonian University), Prof Niamh Fitzgerald (University of Stirling) and Dr Deborah Shipton (PHS).

24th Oct 2017

Liver Disease & ALD Launch Event Talk

Liver Disease & ALD Launch Event Talk

Launch event talk by Dr. Lesley Graham

15th Jan 2017

Responsible thinking: BSA Alcohol Study Group, supported by SHAAP

Responsible thinking: BSA Alcohol Study Group, supported by SHAAP

This report documents proceedings from the British Sociological Association (BSA) supported by SHAAP interdisciplinary symposium ‘How do different disciplines talk about alcohol and how can we work better together?’ held at RCPE on 22 April 2016.

15th Oct 2016

PhD and Early Career Research Symposium

PhD and Early Career Research Symposium

This report details proceedings of the first PhD and Early Career Research Symposium held by SHAAP and the Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN) at RCPE on 18 April 2016.

15th Sep 2016

Alcohol Policy in Scotland and Ireland: European Trailblazers or Celtic Fringes?

Alcohol Policy in Scotland and Ireland: European Trailblazers or Celtic Fringes?

This report details proceedings of the joint event held by SHAAP, Alcohol Focus Scotland and Eurocare: "Alcohol Policy in Scotland and Ireland: European Trailblazers or Celtic Fringes?" in the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh on 2 March 2016.

15th Sep 2014

Full proceedings of the Brussels seminar on Minimum Unit Pricing

Full proceedings of the Brussels seminar on Minimum Unit Pricing

This report records the proceedings of an historic event (Scotland the Brave! - Alcohol Policy in Scotland) that took place in Brussels on 5 September 2014 when Scottish health professionals joined with around 80 European colleagues and industry representatives to challenge the continued obstruction by global alcohol producers to the implementation of Scotland’s Alcohol Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) policy.

15th Apr 2013

The (Ir)responsibility deal? Big business and public health

The (Ir)responsibility deal? Big business and public health

This is a report of the seminar held by SHAAP on 15 April 2013 at RCPE, which highlighted the role of alcohol, tobacco and food industries in damaging public health.