Alcohol policy: A gap between evidence and practice

21 May 2012, 5:30pm


A Hughes Hall Centre for Biomedical Science in Society and Cambridge Public Policy Special Seminar. The event will run between 18:15 and 19:45, with tea and coffee from 17:30.


17:30 Pre-seminar tea and coffee
18:15 Presentations and discussion
19:30 Drinks reception

Venue (Map)

Pavillion Room
Hughes Hall


Professor Mike Kelly (NICE)
Explaining the gap between evidence and practice: an evidence synthesis perspective

Mr David Howarth (University of Cambridge)
Explaining the gap between evidence and practice: a political perspective

Professor Jonathan Wolff (UCL)
Justifying the gap between evidence and practice? A philosophical perspective


Professor Theresa Marteau (University of Cambridge)

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Mr David Howarth

Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge

Professor Mike Kelly

Department of Public Health & Primary Care, University of Cambridge

Professor Jonathan Wolff

University College London (UCL)

Professor Dame Theresa Marteau

Behaviour and Health Research Unit (BHRU), University of Cambridge

Pavillion Room, Hughes Hall
, Cambridge, CB1 2EW, United Kingdom

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