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- Session about the Licensing Act 2003 at the PHE Annual Conference on Tuesday 16th September 2014
Public Health England's Annual conference 2014 is taking place on Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th September.
- Local Action Areas to tackle irresponsible drinking
The government has launched a new project today (Thursday, 13 February) to tackle the harmful effects of excessive drinking.
- Alcohol-related hospital admissions - explained
Public Health England provides further information about the new alcohol-related hospital admissions indicator in its Public health matters blog
- Response to Consultation on Alcohol Indicator Published
Public Health England (PHE) has published a summary of the responses to the 2012 consultation on measuring alcohol-related admissions to hospital. The report concludes that a new indicator for alcohol-related hospital admissions will give a more reliable measure of trends.
- Improving local responses to alcohol-related ill health: new tool available
A new tool developed by Public Health England to support the improvement of effective local responses to alcohol-related ill health is available from today.
- Public Health England Responds to Alcohol Strategy Consultation Report
Public Health England issues a response to the Government's Alcohol Strategy Consultation report
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Session about the Licensing Act 2003 at the PHE Annual Conference on Tuesday 16th September 2014
There will be a session about the Licensing Act 2003 on Tuesday 16th September. Details about the conference can be found at:
The conference will be a showcase for the most innovative work in a wide range of public health topics. Abstract submissions are invited on work that introduces new ideas, research findings and advances in public health practice and outcomes. Submissions should be made online by midnight on Thursday 8 May for consideration for oral or poster presentation. Abstracts are invited around 'alcohol and drugs response.'
Details about the abstracts can be found at: