Alcohol Research UK’s Annual Conference ‘Working together: people, practice and policy in alcohol research’ takes place on Wednesday, 5th April


Delegates will hear from a wide range of powerful and innovative projects which bring people with lived experience into the research process.

Key issues to be addressed at the conference include:

  • How can we ensure those seeking to address alcohol harms can better understand each other’s perspectives?
  • How do we bring the experience of those affected by alcohol harm into research development?
  • How can we best support service providers in research translation?
  • How do we ensure policymaking is informed by the experiences of the wider community?

The conference will combine presentations, panel debates, installations and interactive workshop sessions to encourage a dynamic and productive discussion of how alcohol research can deliver real benefits to individuals, families and society.

As part of these sessions, delegates will be able to share knowledge and experience, and contribute to wider thinking on how research practices can be improved to better engage with the people and services it is targeting.

An Early Bird Discount available until 31 January 2017!

You can register here (opens new window) and find out more by visiting Alcohol Research UK’s website (opens new window).