Sadie Boniface; , Amanda M. Atkinson; Nathan Critchlow; Michaela Jones; Beth Meadows & Katherine Severi Published online in ‘Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy’ : Dec 202;   Abstract This commentary about alcohol marketing regulation in the UK draws on a conference held by the Institute of Alcohol Studies, highlighting a need for policy interventions to prevent harm and Read More →

MARK PETTICREW, NASON MAANI, LUISA PETTIGREW, HARRY RUTTER, and MAY C I VAN SCHALKWYK The Milbank Quarterly, Vol. 98, No. 4, 2020 (pp. 1290-1328) Policy Points:Nudges steer people toward certain options but also allow them to gotheir own way. “Dark nudges” aim to change consumer behavior againsttheir best interests. “Sludge” uses cognitive biases to make Read More →

Fact sheet – 5 facts about alcohol and cancer Download:  English (PDF, 812.9 KB) This factsheet provides five important facts for policy makers, health professionals and the general public about the links between alcohol consumption and a range of cancer types. This affects not only people who drink alcohol but also their families, friends and Read More →

  Golder, Garry & McCambridge (2020). Declared funding and authorship by alcohol industry actors in the scientific literature: a bibliometric study. A new study investigates the extent and type of scientific research done in 100 years (1918-2019). Why? Because alcohol industry actors are known to be involved in scientific research, but there is no coverage Read More →

January 24, 2019 by Irina Gonzales. From The Temper. The insidious tactics through 10 examples of gendered marketing of how the alcohol industry is targeting women. For years, alcohol consumption has been on the rise for women in the U.S. for the past three decades, with women today making up 37 percent of whiskey drinkers as Read More →

21 April, 2021 by Lay Samean. From The Phnom Penh Post. The government should take the temporary ban on alcoholic drink advertising a step further and make the ruling permanent as it endangers the public’s health, a local NGO suggested. Mom Kong, executive director of the Cambodia Movement for Health, said the ban on alcohol Read More →