Project

Evaluating the impact, effectiveness, and acceptability of statutory controls on alcohol marketing

Funded by Society for the Study of Addiction and Institute of Public Health in Ireland.

Collaboration with Institute of Public Health in Ireland.

Leading national and international bodies suggest that statutory controls on alcohol marketing are required to reduce consumption and harm. Few studies, however, have measured the implementation and impact of such measures and the UK Government’s last alcohol strategy concluded there was insufficient evidence to support their introduction. As the Scottish Government prepares to consult on new controls, and Ireland have begun to introduce restrictions, this fellowship will examine the impact, implementation, and acceptability of statutory marketing controls.

Total award value £179,867.00

People

Dr Nathan Critchlow
Dr Nathan Critchlow

Research Fellow, ISM