Ms Clare Sharp

Research Assistant

Institute for Social Marketing Stirling

Ms Clare Sharp

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About me

I am a Research Assistant at the Institute for Social Marketing and Health (ISMH) at the University of Stirling. I completed my PhD (also at ISMH, University of Stirling) in 2021. Prior to this I worked as a social researcher in government and in the charitable sector. Since joining ISMH as a Research Assistant I have worked on a number of studies examining alcohol and smoking interventions, and one on ambulance call outs to drug overdose incidents. I have experience in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research and have a general interest in research on health and public health policy and health interventions.

Research (1)


Exploring the management of alcohol problems in Deep End general practices in Scotland
PI: Dr Andrea Mohan
Funded by: Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems

Outputs (3)



Manca F, Zhang L, Fitzgerald N, Mackay D, McAuley A, Sharp C & Lewsey J (2023) The Effect of Minimum Unit Pricing for Alcohol on Prescriptions for Treatment of Alcohol Dependence: A Controlled Interrupted Time Series Analysis. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.