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COVID-19 breakouts spark debate as to whether pubs should stay open when the school season restarts, while a new study looks at the recent history of alcohol and mental health policy for older people Get on the email list at instalcstud.substack.comInstitute of Alcohol Studies
 
Alcohol Alert, February 2020: Ahead of the 2020 Budget, an analysis of alcohol duties from the Institute of Alcohol Studies has found that far from the protestations of critics, the poorest households in the UK would stand to benefit most from any increases, especially if subsequent revenue is invested in expanding and strengthening the provision o…
 
Alcohol Alert, January 2020: This New Year episode of the Alcohol Alert follows the latest iteration of the Dry January phenomenon, which has spread to France, but not without controversy between the government and the health associations promoting it. Sonia Bigot speaks to Samy Amri of Société Française d'Alcoologie (the French Society of Alcoholo…
 
Alcohol Alert, November 2019: This month's edition focuses on research published in the Alcohol & Alcoholism journal suggesting that children can experience negative outcomes as a result of their parents’ alcohol use, regardless of how much those parents drink. We spoke with lead author, IAS Research & Policy Officer Lucy Bryant, about the findings…
 
Alcohol Alert, October 2019: This edition of the Alcohol Alert features a series of lectures given at the IAS Alcohol Marketing Conference: 'Protecting the vulnerable' on 16 October 2019. David Jernigan (Boston University School of Public Health) presents the lecture: 'Alcohol marketing and public health – What do we know and what we can we do?'. I…
 
Alcohol Alert, October 2019: This edition of the Alcohol Alert features a series of lectures given at the IAS Alcohol Marketing Conference: 'Protecting the vulnerable' on 16 October 2019. Nathan Critchlow (University of Stirling, Institute of Marketing) presents the lecture: 'Regulating alcohol marketing in the digital "Wild West"'. Introduced by K…
 
Alcohol Alert, October 2019: This edition of the Alcohol Alert features a series of lectures given at the IAS Alcohol Marketing Conference: 'Protecting the vulnerable' on 16 October 2019. Vivienne MacLaren (Scottish Women’s Football), Amanda Atkinson (Public Health Institute, Liverpool John Moores University) and Michaela Jones (Scottish Recovery C…
 
Alcohol Alert, October 2019: This edition of the Alcohol Alert features a series of lectures given at the IAS Alcohol Marketing Conference: 'Protecting the vulnerable' on 16 October 2019. Sheila Gilheany (Alcohol Action Ireland), Patti Rundall (Baby Milk Action) and Gerard Hastings (University of Stirling) present lectures under the session ’Intern…
 
Alcohol Alert, October 2019: This edition of the Alcohol Alert features a series of lectures given at the IAS Alcohol Marketing Conference: 'Protecting the vulnerable' on 16 October 2019. This session was a policy workshop aimed at finding solutions to the issues raised during the conference. Featuring the following panel: • Dan Parker (Living Loud…
 
Alcohol Alert, September 2019: This episode focuses on the release of a report looking into the advice given by midwives to pregnant women about alcohol consumption. The survey behind the report ‘Alcohol guidelines for pregnant women: Barriers and enablers for midwives to deliver advice’ – highlights the inconsistency in official guidance that led …
 
Alcohol Alert, August 2019: Following on from NHS Health Scotland’s evaluation that minimum unit pricing legislation is being effectively enforced, this episode looks at the ways in which this is being done. Dr Peter Rice from Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) describes how the Scottish legal enforcement framework operates, such as…
 
Alcohol Alert, July 2019: This episode features an interview with Dr Emmert Roberts, who led a study discovering the extent to which patients at UK hospitals use alcohol to a harmful extent, or are dependent on alcohol, compared with the general population – ten times, and eight times respectively. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive…
 
Alcohol Alert, June 2019: This episode leads with a new IAS report exposing the extent of the ‘financial headache’ that being hungover at work causes the UK economy. Based on on survey findings, an estimated 75,000 to 89,000 workers are hungover or intoxicated on any given work day. Policy Analyst Aveek Bhattacharya explains what the research shows…
 
Alcohol Alert, May 2019: This episode looks at the stark findings from the latest Global Drugs Survey, which finds that almost nine in every ten incidents of sexual assault involve alcohol. We invited researcher Alexandra Aldridge to explain the issues that the prevalence of alcohol in sexual relationships can raise. By subscribing to our enewslett…
 
Alcohol Alert, April 2019: This episode focuses on data released ahead of the first anniversary of the Scottish Government's flagship health policy of minimum unit pricing. You might be mistaken in thinking the issue is a simple one – has minimum unit pricing led to a rise or fall in consumption? However, interpretation of the figures available so …
 
Alcohol Alert, March 2019: This episode looks at the sponsorship deal between Scottish Women’s Football and alcohol policy NGO Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP). Director Eric Carlin explains more about how this historic deal came about. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly t…
 
Alcohol Alert, February 2019: In this episode, we spoke to researcher Alex Barker about his latest project studying the impact of alcohol content on the video-on-demand services Netflix and Amazon Prime, and we asked how far this form of exposure was a driver of young people’s consumption habits. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive a…
 
Alcohol Alert, January 2019: In this episode, we caught up with the British Medical Association Board of Science Chair Dame Professor Parveen Kumar on the new long-term plan for the national health service and what the proposals to expand alcohol care teams could mean for its future. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-relate…
 
Alcohol Alert, November 2018: This episode brings you the speech from Scottish Health Minister Joe FitzPatrick devliered at the eighth Alcohol Policy Conference in Edinburgh, where he announced the Scottish government's new alcohol policy framework for preventing harm. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and m…
 
Alcohol Alert, October 2018: In this episode, we focus on the fallout from the Autumn Budget, as the government freezes alcohol duties for beers, spirits and some ciders. Chief Executive John Jolly, of drug and alcohol charity Blenheim, explains why Chancellor Philip Hammond’s business-friendly approach will ultimately have a detrimental impact on …
 
Alcohol Alert, August 2018: In this episode, actor Ally Murphy talks about the difficulties of dealing with the behaviour of intoxicated passengers in her former career as a cabin service supervisor, and what solutions could be implemented to protect airline staff during flights. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related st…
 
Alcohol Alert, July 2018: This episode features MP for Don Valley Caroline Flint, who led calls for the government to introduce policies that protect children from alcohol-related harm at the parliamentary launch of the Families First report. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox…
 
Alcohol Alert, May 2018: In this edition, we interview Alcohol Policy UK editor James Morris, who speaks about the government’s new innovation fund to support the children of dependent drinkers. James begins by explaining the how much is being set aside and who is targeted to benefit from the initiative. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can r…
 
Alcohol Alert, April 2018: In this edition, we interview Dr Katerina Lisenkova, head of economic modelling at the Fraser Allander Institute. She is the lead author of a new report looking into the economic impact of potential changes in UK alcohol consumption. We asked her about the methodology behind the study, the outcomes from various scenarios,…
 
Alcohol Alert, March 2018: This edition features Labour Party member Nona Buckley-Irvine discusses her experiences tackling the drinking culture at her constituency party meetings in Crawley, and how the presence of alcohol in general risks alienating women and people from ethnic minority backgrounds from participating in politics at grassroots lev…
 
Alcohol Alert, February 2018: This month, the All Party Parliamentary Group of the Children of Alcoholics held its inaugural David Stafford Memorial Lecture, focusing on the plight of Parental Alcohol Misuse. Ex-footballer and NACOA patron Tony Adams MBE was in attendance, and took a moment to briefly talk about his struggle with alcohol. Tony Adam…
 
Alcohol Alert, January 2018: An Alcohol Health Alliance UK (AHA) commissioned survey has exposed a poor understanding of the alcohol guidelines amongst the British public. Newspapers focused on the fact that only 10% of people mentioned cancer when asked which disease and illnesses are linked to alcohol. We invited Colin Shevills – whose organisati…
 
Alcohol Alert October 2017: This episode sees the launch of 'Like sugar for adults: The effect of non-dependent parental drinking on children and families', which finds low-level parental drinking can leave children feeling worried, embarrassed and facing more arguments. Get on the email list at instalcstud.substack.com…
 
Alcohol Alert, September 2017: In this episode, our very own policy analyst, Aveek Bhattacharya, explains the findings behind his report, Pubs Quizzed (bit.ly/pubsquizzed), based on a survey of publicans which found that four-in-five of them think off-licences sell alcohol too cheaply, and that the majority support a reduction in the drink-drive li…
 
Alcohol Alert, July 2017: Five years after Scotland legislated for Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP), judges at the UK Supreme Court in London have just concluded their latest deliberations over whether the legislation is incompatible with European Union law and therefore unlawful under the Scotland Act 1998. It has twice been ruled legal in Scottish cour…
 
Alcohol Alert, June 2017: How do alcohol researchers promote their work in a policy environment fraught with tensions between policymakers, NGOs, and industry? This was a question four prominent research experts grappled with during a lunchtime seminar titled ‘Walking the advocacy tightrope: What role can researchers play in the alcohol policy proc…
 
Alcohol Alert, May 2017: This edition focuses on a new report (Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere – https://bit.ly/anytmplcwhr), which compares the alcohol availability policies of Australian and UK licensing authorities. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox; please visit our website w…
 
Alcohol Alert, April 2017: This edition centres on the presentation of a study into alcohol marketing during the Euro 2016 football tournament, made to delegates at the 2017 Healthy Stadia Conference held at Arsenal FC Emirates Stadium. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox; plea…
 
Alcohol Alert, March 2017: In this edition, two experts in alcohol research from Edinburgh Napier University discuss the Treasury decision to launch a consultation on white cider duty in this year’s Spring Budget. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox; please visit our website ww…
 
Alcohol Alert, February 2017: This edition finds the Alcohol Health Alliance co-hosting a parliamentary event calling for increased taxes on cheap high-strength cider, with Thames Reach, a London-based charity working with those suffering from homelessness. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directl…
 
Alcohol Alert, January 2017: People under the legal drinking age who are more exposed to marketing are more likely to start earlier and to drink more heavily, according to the findings in a special edition of the Addiction journal. Study leader David Jernigan PhD, director of the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth, explains how the study was put…
 
Alcohol Alert, October 2016: The Court of Session in Edinburgh has ruled minimum unit pricing to be legal for the second time since its passing into Scottish law in June 2012. We ask Alison Douglas from Alcohol Focus Scotland about the latest development in the long-running court challenge to the legislation and what it may mean for Scotland’s rela…
 
Alcohol Alert, July 2016: Does alcohol make you happy? We ask Dr Ben Baumberg-Geiger about the findings from his investigation into alcohol and its impact on wellbeing published in the journal Social Science & Medicine. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox; please visit our webs…
 
Alcohol Alert, June 2016: In this edition, Shirley Cramer CBE, chief executive of the Royal Society for Public Health, talks about the organisation’s new report on drugs policy, and what this means for how governments should approach alcohol. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox…
 
Alcohol Alert, April 2016: In this edition, Dr John Holmes, a senior research fellow of the University of Sheffield’s Alcohol Research Group, explains the results of an Alcohol Research UK funded study investigating British drinking behaviours. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inb…
 
Alcohol Alert, March 2016: In this edition, our senior research and policy officer Jon Foster discusses the workings of the Licensing Act in his latest report 'The Licensing Act (2003): Its uses and abuses 10 years on'. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox; please visit our webs…
 
Alcohol Alert, February 2016: In this edition, Kate Smith of The Institute of Fiscal Studies explains the rationale behind the think-tank's claim that stronger alcohol products should be taxed more per unit of alcohol than weaker ones. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox; pleas…
 
Alcohol Alert, January 2016: In this edition, Catherine Keane of Alcohol Action Ireland explains the proposals that make up the Ireland Public Health (Alcohol) Bill. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox; please visit our website www.ias.org.uk and click on "Alcohol Alert" to rea…
 
Alcohol Alert, September 2015: This edition features a discussion with solicitor Jonathan Goodliffe about the implications of Advocate General Yves Bot's opinion on the long-running minimum unit pricing court case between the Scottish Government and trade bodies led by the Scotch Whisky Association. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receiv…
 
Alcohol Alert, August 2015: This edition features an interview with Melanie Lovatt, who explains how the findings of her recent epidemiological study pose searching questions over the usefulness of the UK's alcohol unit guidelines. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox; please vi…
 
Alcohol Alert, June 2015: The senior medical adviser for the National Association for Prevention of Alcohol and Addictions (ANPAA) responds to the controversy surrounding the EU Alcohol and Health Forum, from which over 20 NGOs have resigned following the failure of lead Commissioner Andriukaitis to adopt a new EU Alcohol Strategy. By subscribing t…
 
Alcohol Alert, April 2015: This edition features an interview with Mariann Skar, Secretary General of Eurocare, who discusses the benefits that a new and improved EU Alcohol Strategy will bring. By subscribing to our enewsletter, you can receive alcohol-related stories and media directly to your inbox; please visit our website www.ias.org.uk and cl…
 
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