The Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model provides estimates of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of alcohol policies including pricing and availability policies as well as screening and brief interventions and has been
CASCADE is a major new alcohol policy modelling project funded by the US National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
The ‘Youth Drinking In Decline’ (Y-DID) project is a four-year Wellcome Trust-funded collaboration between two research teams at the University of Sheffield: the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group and the Centre
New data protection legislation comes into effect across the EU, including the UK on 25 May – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will replace the current UK Data
During 2001 to 2016, Britain experienced a historic peak and subsequent steep decline in alcohol use. This was accompanied by licensing reforms, a ban on smoking in pubs, debates about
SYNTAX – Integrated evidence synthesis for joint appraisal of tobacco and alcohol tax interventions for harm reduction in the UK
We aim to investigate how tobacco and alcohol taxation can be changed to improve health for all. We will talk with consumers, policymakers and experts and use survey and sales
SARG are collaborating with the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol studies, a new centre for the study of UK tobacco and alcohol related issues
ExILEnS stands for Exploring the Impact of alcohol Licensing in England and Scotland. This project will explore how local public health engagement in alcohol licensing operates through the local licensing
The SPECTRUM Consortium is a multi-university, multi-agency research consortium focused on the commercial determinants of health and health inequalities funded by the UK Prevention Research Partnership. This project will explore how
Yorkshire Cancer Research has commissioned SARG to conduct an external evaluation of the QUIT Programme. a new initiative which will transform the way tobacco addiction is tackled in our hospitals,
Supporting the co-development of a University of Sheffield smoke-free policy with university and community stakeholders.
Evaluating and responding to the public health impact of no and low alcohol drinks: A multi-method study of a complex intervention in a complex system
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.