Reducing Harm from Alcohol

Programme Brief


Integrated Treatment for ARLD: Making it happen. 2017

The Reducing Harm from Alcohol Programme has been running for two years and has a focus on alcohol related liver disease (ARLD). Following on from our successful conference ‘Getting to Grips with Alcohol’ Conference 2016, the Wessex AHSN Reducing ... Find out more >


ARLD Patient Identification and Treatment Toolkit

The aim of the Wessex Academic Health Science Network (Wessex AHSN) is to improve health and wealth within Wessex.  Within the Reducing Harm from alcohol programme, reducing the morbidity and mortality of patients with ARLD has been identified as ... Find out more >


Getting to Grips with Alcohol Conference 2016

On Wednesday, 30 January 2016, we held our Getting to Grips Alcohol conference. This page contains resources from the day - slide packs and posters - which you are very free to use and download as you wish. The conference was held to consider new ... Find out more >


Brief Treatment Pathway

Those of us drinking at increasing and higher risk levels have few options available for help and usually become very ill. The brief treatment pathway helps us to reduce our drinking and stem or reverse the path to poor health.This Brief Treatment... Find out more >


Know Your Numbers

Know Your Numbers intervention is improving the alcohol specific health literacy of healthcare staff by changing the focus of how alcohol affects health in line with other risk factors such as blood pressure, cholesterol or weight. We have created... Find out more >


Alcohol Related Liver Disease

Liver disease is the only major diseases in the UK with a rising death rate. People with liver disease will feel well enough so that they come in to hospital less often and in time we will reduce the death rate by 5%.Research shows that most of th... Find out more >


Drink Informed

The aim of the project is to empower and support clinical staff in a variety of settings, to enable them to educate and engage those individuals whose drinking habits cause them harm. This allows the patient to make an informed choice about their ... Find out more >


Our work with Soberistas

Are we drinking too much at home? We are working in partnership with Soberistas - an online community for anyone who wants help to stop drinking. Soberistas provides a safe and secure space where people can offer one another support for problem dr... Find out more >


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