Dr John Holmes: Using Social Practice Theory To Measure British Drinking Culture
Posted on 21-04-2016

Dr John Holmes from the University of Sheffield presents at the Alcohol Research UK 2016 conference and discusses Using Social Practice Theory To Measure British Drinking Culture.

Alcohol Research UK Annual Conference 2016: Critical Measures: Next Steps In Alcohol Research And Policy

Location: Birmingham, UK

Alcohol Research UK works to reduce levels of alcohol-related harm by ensuring that policy and practice can always be developed on the basis of research-based evidence. They are a lead funder of high quality research into the causes, impact and prevention of alcohol related harm and are the only organisation exclusively dedicated to building an…

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