How alcohol policy has changed in Northern Ireland over the last 15 years
‘Fuel to the fire:’ Survey of ambulance service shows alcohol placing a huge demand on frontline workers A new survey of frontline workers at the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) has found that alcohol-related call-outs […]
How alcohol policy has changed in England over the last 15 years
Read a round-up of our Parliamentary event marking 15 years of the AHA’s efforts to reduce alcohol harm.
Coordinated by the Alcohol Health Alliance and Chair of Drugs Alcohol & Justice APPG Dan Carden MP, Liverpool Walton, Parliamentarians and experts write to the Prime Minister calling for an independent review of alcohol harm. […]
Socialising at university can be daunting for those that prefer to avoid alcohol. In this blog, Leilani van Someren, President of the Queen Mary Sober Socials society, shares some alcohol-free freshers’ tips.
Not just words: Toolkits for tackling stigma and shame around alcohol Research has demonstrated that, whether we are aware of it or not, the use of certain terms generates biases that can influence the formation […]
Netflix and Amazon shows likely to promote alcohol consumption among young people New research from SPECTRUM has demonstrated the pervasiveness of alcohol on popular video-on-demand (VOD) services Netflix and Amazon Prime. Content analysis of films […]
The COVID Hangover: Health impacts of alcohol consumption during the pandemic The COVID Hangover report from the Institute of Alcohol Studies (IAS)/HealthLumen and a further report from the University of Sheffield demonstrate the impact of […]
How does alcohol harm impact different ethnic groups in the UK?