Alcohol Country Fact Sheets

Created by
World Health Organisation
The 30 country fact sheets for EU Member States, Norway and Switzerland present data on consumption, consequence, and policy implementation for the year 2016, aiming to give guidance to national decision-makers for further priority-setting in the field of alcohol and public health.

Call for Evidence on Cannabis - Royal College of Psychiatrists

About the Review The Royal College of Psychiatrists is undertaking a review to develop a College position on: cannabis use in the UK and how this relates to mental health, incorporating evidence on the biological, psychological and social effects of cannabis; the use of medicinal cannabis in relation to mental illness. About this Call for Evidence We are asking those with expertise and personal experience of medicinal cannabis and cannabis for recreational use to contribute

15th UKSBM Annual Scientific Meeting

Bath, United Kingdom,

The UK Society for Behaviour Medicine invites all behavioural and public health researchers, clinical practitioners, epidemiologists, health and clinical psychologists, medical sociologists, health economists, nurses, pharmacists and all other colleagues interested in the field of behavioural medicine to participate in the two day meeting from 

Participate in Online Study

The purpose of the study is to see whether there is a link between people’s experiences of early negative life events and alcohol use. The role of self-compassion will also be explored. Self-compassion relates to being kind to yourself, accepting that we are all human and make mistakes, being mindful of our own feelings and not judging ourselves too harshly. The survey includes a short series of online questionnaires relating to lifetime alcohol use, self-compassion

The Society for the Study of Addiction Professorship

The Society’s key goals are to promote effective policy and practice and to support the development of stronger addiction science. Through its Academic Fellowship scheme , launched in 2012, the Society is enabling high-calibre early and mid-career addictions researchers to develop further and they are now pleased to launch our new ‘SSA Addictions Professorship’ scheme to further strengthen addictions research in the UK. The ‘SSA Addictions Professorship’ scheme will create new addictions professorial positions in

Participate in Adfam Survey: Caring as a Result of Somebody Else's Substance Use

The purpose of this survey is to paint a better picture of what it is like to support someone with drug or alcohol problems. A clearer understanding of the issue will help the charity and social sector to effectively support you. You will be asked questions about how a loved one’s drug or alcohol problems have affected your life, what support you have found useful, and what support you would like to see made available.