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    Alcohol consumption, alcohol-related harm and regulation of alcohol: Results from a cross- national survey in 19 European countries (RARHA)

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    START DATE 26 April 2017
    START TIME 16:30
    LOCATION Room C135, College Building

    This seminar will present findings from RARHA SEAS a comprehensive survey of alcohol issues conducted in 19 European countries.

    RARHA SEAS is a comprehensive survey completed in 20 European jurisdictions located in 19 countries spreading from the Iberian Peninsula to Scandinavia, and from Greece and Italy to the Baltic countries, Poland and UK. Survey data was gathered from representative samples of the general populations aged 18-64. On average, fifteen hundred interviews per country were carried out, with the total number of interviews collected surpassing 32,000.

    The seminar will present some of the key findings with a focus on consumption patterns and alcohol issues in the UK sample. The project report arises from the Joint Action on Reducing Alcohol Related Harm (RARHA) which received funding from the European Union, in the framework of Health Programme (2008-2013). Middlesex research team: Betsy Thom, Carmel Clancy, Gary Hearne, John Foster (Greenwich University). Report: Moskalewicz J., Room R., Thom B. (eds) (2016) Comparative monitoring of alcohol epidemiology across the EU. Baseline assessment and suggestions for future action. Synthesis report. (in press, available from April). All are welcome. The seminar is free to attend and no need to book. If you have any queries please contact Rachel Herring r.herring@mdx.ac.uk

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