NDRI Seminar: The UK Alcohol Health Alliance at 10 years - a story of highs and lows
It is ten years this Autumn since about 15 organisations concerned about the rising tide of alcohol-related harm came together as the UK Alcohol Health Alliance. Professor Sir Ian Gilmore will outline some of the successes and failures of trying to get evidence-based policies introduced, using examples relevant to all countries facing similar challenges.
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 @ 11am-noon
Technology Park, Building 603, Level 2 Seminar Room (Room 213), Sarich Way, Bentley, WA
Professor Sir Ian Gilmore is an honorary consultant physician at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and holds an honorary chair at the University of Liverpool and an adjunct position at the National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University. After training in Cambridge, London and the USA, he moved to Liverpool as a consultant in 1980. He is past-president of the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) and the British Society of Gastroenterology, and currently chairs Liverpool Health Partners, created to promote an Academic Health Science System. He chairs the UK Alcohol Health Alliance and the Department of Health Prescribed Specialised Services Advisory Group. He is a member of the Climate and Health Council.
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Posted on: 1 Sep 2017