Supporting the co-development of a University of Sheffield smoke-free policy with university and community stakeholders.
Yorkshire Cancer Research has commissioned SCHARR to conduct an external evaluation of the QUIT Programme, a hospital-based stop-smoking service.
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 local public health engagement in alcohol licensing operates through the local licensing regime and whether such activity influences alcohol-related harms.
SARG team members, Duncan Gillespie and Rob Pryce, have contributed to the Royal College of Physicians report – Smoking and health 2021: A coming of age for tobacco control?
SYNTAX – Integrated evidence synthesis for joint appraisal of tobacco and alcohol tax interventions for harm reduction in the UK
The project aims to provide evidence and tools to inform the potential scale of effects of taxation across tobacco and alcohol as an intervention to improve public health and reduce health inequalities in the UK.