This programme will develop and apply novel scientific approaches to increase the population rate of smoking cessation.
This mixed-methods evaluation will explore the feasibility and acceptability of a hybrid smoking cessation service (one which offers remote, face-to-face and blended provision).
The SIMAH project investigates the link between alcohol use and life expectancy, with a focus on socioeconomic status and race/ethnicity as modifying factors.
This project investigates whether non-alcoholic or low-alcohol drinks can improve people’s health. These drinks are beers, ciders, wines, spirits that are alcohol-free or contain a little alcohol.
This project will estimate the costs that alcohol use imposes on the National Health Service (NHS) through Primary Care (PC) in England. We will examine in detail the consultations and…
The Sheffield Alcohol Research Group’s (SARG) programme of work began with the development of the Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model.