RARHA Seminar - European expert meeting
How do guidelines on low risk drinking fit in the framework of public health policy to reduce alcohol-related harm
PRE-REGISTRATION - OPEN
An expert meeting on reducing alcohol related harm will take place next February. It is targeted to RARHA partners and members of the EU Committee on National Alcohol Policy and Action but it is open to further interested experts in the field of public health and alcohol policy.
Wednesday, 17 February 2016
National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Helsinki, FINLAND
The programme includes:
- Contributions from the Finnish Ministry of Health and the EU Commission’s Directorate-General for Health and Food Safety, representing RARHA’s funders, and from the WHO and the OECD Health Division as RARHA’s collaborating partners.
- Country case reports describing different “stages” in the implementation of guidelines on “low risk” drinking.
- Results from the RARHA Delphi survey on guidance for young people, parents or professionals on how to reduce harm from drinking by young people.
Results from the RARHA Delphi survey on “low risk” drinking guidelines – with what purpose, for whom, how to prevent unwanted effects and how to make the best use of drinking guidelines to advance public health.
PRE-REGISTRATION HERE: https://www.webropolsurveys.com/S/C09D8DBFB869352B.par