By SPHRatLSHTM in Alcohol, Event, Opportunity | 6 February 2018 | Comments Off on Get involved: workshops for CELAD study
Are you interested in community engagement processes and / or shaping your local alcohol environment? If so, we’d love for you to join us at one of two workshops being held as part of the Community Engagement in Local Alcohol Decision Making (CELAD) study.
The workshops will be:
By SPHRatLSHTM in Alcohol, Event, News | 18 January 2018 | Comments Off on Public health and alcohol licensing workshop: recommendations for practice
Upcoming workshop on public health and alcohol licensing
We’re pleased to announce that the 2nd workshop for the Public Health and Alcohol Licensing study will be held on Monday 26th March, 10.00 – 13.00, at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
Please join us to explore ways…
By SPHRatLSHTM in Alcohol, News | 18 January 2018 | Comments Off on Public health and alcohol licensing study – findings shared at public health conferences
Emerging findings from the Public Health and Alcohol Licensing (PHAL) study were shared at two key public health conferences in London in November 2017: the Lancet Public Health Science Annual Meeting, and the Annual Public Health Registrars’ Conference for London and the South East School of Public Health.
By SPHRatLSHTM in Alcohol, Uncategorized | 18 September 2017 | Comments Off on Public health and alcohol licensing study – update from first stakeholder workshop, September 2017 update
First stakeholder workshop – 13th September 2017
On 13th September, we held the first stakeholder workshop for the Public Health and Alcohol Licensing (PHAL) tool study, at LSHTM, Keppel St, London. The aims of the workshop were to:
Share early findings from the study with public health and other local authority…
By SPHRatLSHTM in Alcohol, Uncategorized | 26 June 2017 | Comments Off on Exploring public health contributions to alcohol licensing in local government – June 2017 study update
Update on study progress and forthcoming stakeholder workshop
As public health has an increasing role to play in shaping how alcohol is sold in local areas, we are interested in finding out more about how public health practitioners approach alcohol licensing work and what influences their practice, to…
By SPHRatLSHTM in Uncategorized | 8 May 2017 | Comments Off on NIHR SPHR challenges for public health research: reflections and ways forward
Understanding complex systems and context, while retaining generalisability of findings, are key issues, as the next stage of our research tries to genuinely involve the public.
By Matt Egan
SPHR at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (SPHR@L) has dealt with a lot of different topics and…
By SPHRatLSHTM in Alcohol, Uncategorized | 27 March 2017 | Comments Off on Exploring public health contributions to alcohol licensing in local government: A London-based research study
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Safe Sociable London Partnership and Southwark Public Health are conducting a research study to explore the range of influences on public health practitioners’ contributions to alcohol licensing processes in local authorities across London. As public health has an increasing role to…
By SPHRatLSHTM in Uncategorized | 25 April 2016 | Comments Off on Live in Camden and interested in taking part in our discussion group on alcohol and your community?
Date: Thursday 26th May 2016
Time: 6pm – 8pm (welcome food and refreshments available from 5.30pm)
Place: Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent’s Park Road, London, NW1 7AY (8 min walk from Camden Town tube)
To APPLY NOW simply click on the following link to fill out the short online…
By SPHRatLSHTM in Uncategorized | 12 May 2015 | Comments Off on BLOG: Just how useful are licensing laws for improving public health?
Despite legal changes in Scotland, councils are struggling to use public health as an argument against new pubs and off-licences. We need to reconsider the role of licensing in the context of other ways to achieve the same ends, suggests Niamh Fitzgerald.
The public health armoury available to reduce…
By SPHRatLSHTM in Uncategorized | 6 March 2015 | Comments Off on BLOG: Liberalising drinking hasn’t left much chance for thinking
Alcohol policy has, for too long, spurned evidence or evaluation. Scotland is showing England and Wales the way forward, prioritising monitoring and evaluation of new policies to help generate better evidence, argues David Humphreys
Government policies to control alcohol have, over the years, set public health researchers a series of…