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The Institute of Alcohol Studies presents the Alcohol Alert podcast – analysis and comment on the latest developments in alcohol policy.

Latest Episodes

Lucy Bryant on the impact of parent drinking on their children's outcomes

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. 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 read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

5 MIN2 w ago
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Lucy Bryant on the impact of parent drinking on their children's outcomes

David Jernigan: Alcohol marketing and public health – What do we know and what we can we do?

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?'. Introduced by Katherine Severi. *This lecture features a video which, for rights reasons, we are not able to broadcast. To watch the video, please visit our website, www.ias.org.uk, to view / download the full presentation slides*

46 MINOCT 18
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David Jernigan: Alcohol marketing and public health – What do we know and what we can we do?

Nathan Critchlow: Regulating alcohol marketing in the digital 'Wild West'

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 Katherine Severi. *This lecture features a video which, for rights reasons, we are not able to broadcast. To watch the video, please visit our website, www.ias.org.uk, to view / download the full presentation slides*

31 MINOCT 18
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Nathan Critchlow: Regulating alcohol marketing in the digital 'Wild West'

Alcohol marketing, disrupting social norms

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 Consortium) present lectures under the session ’Alcohol marketing, disrupting social norms’, chaired by Eric Carlin of Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems. *This lecture features a video which, for rights reasons, we are not able to broadcast. To watch the video, please visit our website, www.ias.org.uk, to view / download the full presentation slides*

52 MINOCT 18
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Alcohol marketing, disrupting social norms

International examples of good practice – alcohol marketing regulations abroad

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 ’International examples of good practice – alcohol marketing regulations abroad and how marketing is dealt with for other unhealthy commodities’, chaired by Sir Ian Gilmore of Liverpool Centre for Alcohol Research.

47 MINOCT 18
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International examples of good practice – alcohol marketing regulations abroad

Policy workshop on regulating marketing to protect the vulernable

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) •Gemma Crompton (Alcohol Focus Scotland) •Richard Piper (Alcohol Change UK) • Colin Shevills (Balance North East) Chaired by David Jernigan PhD.

55 MINOCT 18
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Policy workshop on regulating marketing to protect the vulernable

Lesley Smith on midwives giving advice about alcohol consumption

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 to four out of ten midwives stating that they were not aware of the actual content of the 2016 alcohol guidelines on pregnancy. One of the report’s co-authors, Lesley Smith, tells us more about the report’s origins and aims. 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 read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

9 MINSEP 30
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Lesley Smith on midwives giving advice about alcohol consumption

Peter Rice on Minimum Unit Pricing compliance

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 the role of Licensing Standards Officers in offering expertise and mediation to license owners, and the frameworks basis in previous compliance schemes such as test purchases. 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 read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

7 MINAUG 30
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Peter Rice on Minimum Unit Pricing compliance

Emmert Roberts on the prevalence of alcohol use disorders in UK hospitals

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-related stories and media directly to your inbox; please visit our website www.ias.org.uk and click on "Alcohol Alert" to read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

13 MINJUL 31
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Emmert Roberts on the prevalence of alcohol use disorders in UK hospitals

Aveek Bhattacharya on the cost of hangovers to the UK economy

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; how much of a concern it is, and why, and; how much damage being hungover in the workplace does to the UK economy. 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 read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

3 MINJUN 28
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Aveek Bhattacharya on the cost of hangovers to the UK economy

Latest Episodes

Lucy Bryant on the impact of parent drinking on their children's outcomes

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. 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 read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

5 MIN2 w ago
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Lucy Bryant on the impact of parent drinking on their children's outcomes

David Jernigan: Alcohol marketing and public health – What do we know and what we can we do?

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?'. Introduced by Katherine Severi. *This lecture features a video which, for rights reasons, we are not able to broadcast. To watch the video, please visit our website, www.ias.org.uk, to view / download the full presentation slides*

46 MINOCT 18
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David Jernigan: Alcohol marketing and public health – What do we know and what we can we do?

Nathan Critchlow: Regulating alcohol marketing in the digital 'Wild West'

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 Katherine Severi. *This lecture features a video which, for rights reasons, we are not able to broadcast. To watch the video, please visit our website, www.ias.org.uk, to view / download the full presentation slides*

31 MINOCT 18
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Nathan Critchlow: Regulating alcohol marketing in the digital 'Wild West'

Alcohol marketing, disrupting social norms

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 Consortium) present lectures under the session ’Alcohol marketing, disrupting social norms’, chaired by Eric Carlin of Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems. *This lecture features a video which, for rights reasons, we are not able to broadcast. To watch the video, please visit our website, www.ias.org.uk, to view / download the full presentation slides*

52 MINOCT 18
Comments
Alcohol marketing, disrupting social norms

International examples of good practice – alcohol marketing regulations abroad

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 ’International examples of good practice – alcohol marketing regulations abroad and how marketing is dealt with for other unhealthy commodities’, chaired by Sir Ian Gilmore of Liverpool Centre for Alcohol Research.

47 MINOCT 18
Comments
International examples of good practice – alcohol marketing regulations abroad

Policy workshop on regulating marketing to protect the vulernable

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) •Gemma Crompton (Alcohol Focus Scotland) •Richard Piper (Alcohol Change UK) • Colin Shevills (Balance North East) Chaired by David Jernigan PhD.

55 MINOCT 18
Comments
Policy workshop on regulating marketing to protect the vulernable

Lesley Smith on midwives giving advice about alcohol consumption

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 to four out of ten midwives stating that they were not aware of the actual content of the 2016 alcohol guidelines on pregnancy. One of the report’s co-authors, Lesley Smith, tells us more about the report’s origins and aims. 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 read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

9 MINSEP 30
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Lesley Smith on midwives giving advice about alcohol consumption

Peter Rice on Minimum Unit Pricing compliance

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 the role of Licensing Standards Officers in offering expertise and mediation to license owners, and the frameworks basis in previous compliance schemes such as test purchases. 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 read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

7 MINAUG 30
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Peter Rice on Minimum Unit Pricing compliance

Emmert Roberts on the prevalence of alcohol use disorders in UK hospitals

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-related stories and media directly to your inbox; please visit our website www.ias.org.uk and click on "Alcohol Alert" to read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

13 MINJUL 31
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Emmert Roberts on the prevalence of alcohol use disorders in UK hospitals

Aveek Bhattacharya on the cost of hangovers to the UK economy

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; how much of a concern it is, and why, and; how much damage being hungover in the workplace does to the UK economy. 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 read the latest Issue: www.ias.org.uk/What-we-do/Alcohol-Alert.aspx

3 MINJUN 28
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Aveek Bhattacharya on the cost of hangovers to the UK economy
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