Tackling Scotland's Alcohol Problem
SHAAP provides the authoritative medical and clinical voice on the need to reduce the impact of alcohol-related harm on the health and wellbeing of people in Scotland and the evidence-based approaches to achieve this.

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By Dr Christopher Steer, Retired Consultant Paediatrician and SHAAP Steering Group Member

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder : It’s not all about the face!

Managed Alcohol Programmes (MAP) - Learn more about MAP research, policy and implementation in our new MAP resource page

“There’s nothing else for kids to do round here”: alcohol use in rural and islands communities.

By Emma Roddick, MSP for Highlands and Islands

SHAAP extend partnership with Scottish Women’s Football to support girls’ youth game
Advice for heavy drinkers who are thinking about cutting back or stopping drinking alcohol

Write to your MSP today to ban alcohol sponsorship in sports

New SHAAP report launch: Alcohol sponsorship in sports.

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Providing information and research in relation to alcohol and alcohol-related issues.

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Raising awareness about alcohol and campaigning to reduce alcohol harm. 

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Supporting evidence-based alcohol policy with relevant research and reports.

About SHAAP

 

Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP) is a partnership of the Medical Royal Colleges in Scotland and the Faculty of Public Health and is based at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE). SHAAP provides the authoritative medical and clinical voice on the need to reduce the impact of alcohol-related harm on the health and wellbeing of people in Scotland and the evidence-based approaches to achieve this.

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