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ALICE RAP presented at the World Research and Innovation Congress ALICE RAP presented at the World Research and Innovation Congress

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Date added: 01/16/2014
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Interview with Peter Anderson

 

Speaking candidly about ill-founded perceptions of addiction, Dr Peter Anderson, co-leader of the pioneering and transdisciplinary ALICE RAP initiative, is working to define new approaches to better support those most in need.

http://www.research-europe.com/magazine/HEALTHCARE2/EF24/index.html

 

Chronic heavy drinking and ischaemic heart disease... Chronic heavy drinking and ischaemic heart disease...

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Date added: 10/23/2014
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Full title: Chronic heavy drinking and ischaemic heart disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Paper by Roerecke and Rehm. Published in Open Heart in August 2014.

Mothers who abuse alcohol and drugs ... Mothers who abuse alcohol and drugs ...

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Date added: 06/23/2014
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Full title: Mothers who abuse alcohol and drugs: Health and social harms among substance-abusing mothers of small children in three child cohorts

Paper by Marja Holmila, Kirsimarja Raitasalo and Mikko Kosola. Published in Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs in October 2013.

The Alcohol Health Alliance: the emergence of an advocacy coalition to stimulate policy change The Alcohol Health Alliance: the emergence of an advocacy coalition to stimulate policy change

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Date added: 04/01/2016
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Authors: Thom, B., Herring, R., Duke, K. & Thickett, A.

Published in: British Politics, Feb. 2016

Why does society accept a higher risk for alcohol... Why does society accept a higher risk for alcohol...

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Date added: 10/27/2014
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Full title: Why does society accept a higher risk for alcohol than for other voluntary or involuntary risks?

Paper by J├╝rgen Rehm, Dirk W Lachenmeier and Robin Room. Published in BMC Medicine in October 2014.