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Population Health

Alcohol and Health

Research into alcohol misuse is currently a top priority and we have several projects involving various partners

Since November 2012, students at Richard Taunton College have had access to an intranet application on alcohol and health, and a number of College tutors trained in providing advice
Understanding hazardous drinking

Getting SMARTer- Alcohol Misuse Screening and Brief Intervention study


The University of Southampton is working with Richard Taunton and Itchen Sixth Form Colleges to better understand reasons for hazardous drinking and to support change.
Since November 2012, students at Richard Taunton College will have access to an intranet application on alcohol and health, and a number of College tutors trained in providing advice and direction to local services... Read more
 

Alcohol health literacy in young adults with Type 1 diabetes

 
Dr Katharine Barnard and her team at the University of Southampton are conducting a survey to assess alcohol consumption, knowledge of the effects of alcohol and strategies for managing diabetes among people aged 18-30 with Type 1 diabetes... Read more

 

LOCATE (Local Care and Treatment Evaluation)

This is a study that aims to determine if the addition of a Specialist Liver Nurse, a risk stratification tool and GP education/information can improve upon patient outcomes and reduce service delivery costs in the early detection, diagnosis and treatment of patients with liver conditions within a primary care setting... Read more

 

Winchester School of Art

has collaborated with Southampton Neuroscience Group to produce a range of educational posters on acolhol related issues... See examples

Research to support change

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