In this blog, Lisa, Policy and Advocacy Manager at the AHA details her experience of attending party conferences sober, and considers wider questions about alcohol in the workplace and Westminster. Earlier this month, I attended… [Read More]
In this blog Dr Peter Rice, President of the European Alcohol Policy Alliance and Chair of the Institute of Alcohol Studies, examines the final report from Public Health Scotland that evaluates the impact of minimum… [Read More]
Everybody knows someone affected by substance use. Every day, 70 people die from alcohol-related causes in the UK, and behind every tragic death there are friends and family left behind. Last month SHAAP, Scottish Families… [Read More]
As part of Breast Cancer Prevention Week, Charlie reflects on her decision to cut down on drinking to reduce her breast cancer risk.
Reducing alcohol consumption has many positive benefits for our health. Lower alcohol intake reduces your risk of developing cancer, liver disease and diabetes, and helps improve mood, memory and quality of sleep. In this blog,… [Read More]
Why is it important for employers to have an effective alcohol policy in the workplace?
How alcohol policy has changed in Northern Ireland over the last 15 years
How alcohol policy has changed in England over the last 15 years