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The theme of this year's conference is the public interest purpose of licensing as it relates to communities, economic interests and the law.

Programme


Conference Chair - Lesley Riddoch

10am-1pm

  • Alcohol licensing and the public good: historical perspectives - Dr James Nicholls, Alcohol Research UK
  • Sir Crispin Agnew QC
Coffee break

  • Is neighbourhood outlet density related to alcohol consumption and health inequalities in Scotland? - Professor Jamie Pearce and Dr Niamh Shortt, University of Edinburgh
  • Review of statements of licensing policy 2013-16 and key findings - Dr Evelyn Gillan, Alcohol Focus Scotland
  • Discussion
Lunch 1-2pm

2-4pm

  • Kenny MacAskill MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Justice
  • Strengthening the community voice in the licensing process: emerging challenges and solutions - Deborah Shipton, Glasgow Centre for Population Health and Ian Clark, Iconic Consulting
  • Discussion
  • Closing remarks

Booking

Delegates come from a range of backgrounds including licensing boards, public health, the licensed trade, Alcohol and Drug Partnerships, and the police.

Delegate cost: £149

To book your place please complete and return this booking form

NHS Grampian Substance Misuse Symposium - 9th October 2014
Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
This conference will allow delegates to hear from a range of partners and permit networking and facilitated discussion on how we can all help to improve any negative impact that alcohol and drugs use causes across Grampian.

More information

The 4th National Recovery Conference is an opportunity for people in recovery and healthcare professionals to positively engage in taking substance addiction treatment forward together.

The conference is run over 2 days - 10 & 11 November 2014.

More information from recoveryconference.org.uk

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