ALICE RAP can be considered as the brother project of AMPHORA. It is running a multidisciplinary research from 2011 aimed at reframing addictions and lifestyles in contemporary Europe. All relevant news related to addictions can be found in its website

Vested interests in addiction research and policy - New publication

Online Conference on Digital Alcohol Marketing (Online, 31st October 2013)

European Week Against Cancer (Dublin-Ireland, 29-30th May 2013)

INEBRIA Conference (Rome-Italy, 19-20th September 2013)

Impact Factor Distortions

Health in All Policies: Seizing opportunities, implementing policies

Awareness Week on Alcohol-Related Harm

Relationship between minimum alcohol prices and alcohol-attributable hospital admissions

Health in the Post - 2015 Agenda

Doctors & alcohol industry:an unhealthy mix?-New BMJ article on the GAPA Statement of Concern

Drug harms in the EU - A fresh look at science and policy (Brussels-Belgium, 15-16th May 2013)

The European health report 2012

Communicating EU Research & Innovation

Health First: An evidence-based alcohol strategy for the UK

An international legal strategy for alcohol control: not a framework convention—at least not yet

WHO Statement of concern

The relationship between minimum alcohol prices and alcohol attributable deaths

Liver disease in Europe

New study on early drunkenness as a risk factor for problem behaviors among adolescents

Eyes on Ages Network Conference (Amsterdam-Holland, 30th May 2013)

Effectiveness of a Selective, Personality-Targeted Prevention Program for Adolescent Alcohol Use

A public response to the Adam Smith Institute’s critique of the Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model

AMPHORA Final Conference (Stockholm-Sweden, 18-19th October 2012)



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