Alcohol’s Harm to Others in Scotland and North West England – IAS Animated Film

‘In political debates and the media, alcohol consumption is often portrayed as a problem that affects individual drinkers, with a focus on the health and social consequences of heavy and binge drinking. However, alcohol consumption can have a range of negative consequences for people other than the drinker including their families, friends, coworkers and even strangers assaulted in the street or kept up at night.

This short animated film shows the combined results of two surveys carried out in Scotland and the North West of England on the nature and scale of harms that people experience as a result of someone else’s drinking.’

The full report, produced by the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group and funded by the Institute of Alcohol Studies, can be found here. For more information please contact sarg@sheffield.ac.uk.

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