This report presents the findings of the Commission on Alcohol Harm, which was established in 2020 to examine the current evidence on alcohol harm and the changes needed to reduce this harm. The commission heard […]
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 […]
Savannah, who lost her mum to alcohol addiction, explains why we need to address the way we talk about alcohol.
This report brings together the latest evidence on alcohol marketing in the UK
Nacoa share some tips about what to do if you think your mum or dad is drinking too much
This report presents an analysis of literature on parental drinking in Scotland and suggests that there is a need to increase understanding of the impact of parental drinking amongst parents and families.
Research into young people’s attitudes towards alcohol and its marketing.
This report presents findings from Work Package 4 of the FYFA project – a review of international policies and practices related to young people, alcohol, marketing and sport at an international level, including evidence gathering […]
This study explores the knowledge and implementation of the CMO drinking guidelines amongst UK midwives.
An evidence-based alcohol strategy backed by experts and organisations with the health and welfare of the public as its main aim