Clare Beeston: Monitoring and Evaluating Scotland’s Alcohol Strategy
Posted on 26-05-2014
This presentation is part of ‘Going it alone’- Will independence change Scotland’s relationship with Alcohol?
Clare explains what MESAS stands for and what was the reason for its creation. One of the tasks of MESAS was evaluation of the Scotland’s Alcohol Strategy which goal is to reduce an alcohol harm in Scotland. Clare presents an ongoing reporting results and evaluation of the strategy so far.


NDSAG 2014

Location: Dundee, Scotland

The conference featured 3 distinct research symposiums •Will independence change Scotland’s relationship with alcohol? •What Price A Unit? An exploration of Minimum Unit Pricing research •An in-depth look at the broad base of Scottish Alcohol Brief Interventions research

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