Dr Fergus Neville: Examination into the effectiveness of transdermal alcohol monitoring upon violent offending
Posted on 26-05-2014
This presentation is part of ‘Pint of Heavy and a Wee Dram’- Interventions and Research Focus.
Violence is a a public health issue. Dr Fergus Neville discusses alcohol as a risk factor for violence perpetration and victimhood. In his research he uses alcohol monitors as a way of breaking the link between alcohol and violence.

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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