Reducing the harm from alcohol – putting policy into practice
Monday 9 December 2013
Royal College of Physicians
A one-day conference designed to examine the UK, European and global trends in consumption and harm from alcohol and the evidence for the effectiveness of policy at local, national and international levels. The day will draw on the differing experiences of the devolved nations and will examine the impact of developing local hospital policies for the management of alcohol problems and their outreach into the community. By attending the conference delegates will be better placed to understand what works in implementing effective change, developing local services, critically evaluating the evidence and will be more effective advocates with policy makers, the public and the media.
A full programme will be available soon.
Booking will open shortly – early booking discounts will be available. To be alerted as soon as booking opens, please email firstname.lastname@example.org the subject heading ‘Email alert: ‘Reducing the harm from alcohol’.
All RCP conferences are valid for CPD credits, helping you to prepare for revalidation.
What past delegates have said:
A very useful conference and well worth a day out from the usual day job!". (2012 conference delegate).
We are pleased to offer a number of partnership opportunities for companies to be involved with the conference. Further details are available by downloading the brochure.
- Gastroenterology consultants and trainees.
- Hepatology consultants and trainees.
- Addiction specialists
- Policy makers and NGOs.
- Alcohol specialist nurses.
- Local government, commissioners and public health.
Contact Person: Conference coordinator
Contact Email: email@example.com