An exploration of trends in drinking in the four countries of the UK

Deadline: 25/06/2007
May 25, 2007

The JRF Alcohol Research Committee has recently been set up and will be funding research and development in the alcohol field over a three-year period. 

The aims of this project are to describe and compare the trends and patterns of alcohol consumption in the four countries of the UK over time, age, sex, ethnicity, socio-economic status and the nature of drinking. And to identify and evaluate possible explanations for these trends and patterns.

Details here
Contact: Charlie Lloyd
Address: Joseph Rowntree Foundation
The Homestead
40 Water End
York YO30 6WP
Telephone: 01904 615911
Email: charlie.lloyd@jrf.org.uk

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