Responsible drinking on campus: the role of Student Services
In the 2018/19 national students and alcohol survey carried out by the National Union of Students, 82% of students agreed that drinking and getting drunk is part of university culture. Whilst for many students alcohol will feature at some point in their university life, what can be done to move from a binge drinking culture to a more responsible drinking culture?
This free webinar led by Tracy Lumb (Senior Project Manager - Alcohol Impact, Students Organising for Sustainability) explores what role Student Services have to play in embedding social norms of responsible drinking on our campuses, changing attitudes towards alcohol, and building healthier, safer, more productive student communities. Furthermore, in addition to promoting responsible drinking in the wider student population, we'll explore how to identify and support those students who require extra assistance around alcohol consumption.
As well as an opportunity to submit questions, we'll look at case studies and areas of good practice from universities and students’ unions who have explored these issues whilst participating in the Alcohol Impact accreditation programme.
AMOSSHE members can find the event resources here:
This free webinar takes place on Tuesday 7 July 2020 from 10:00 to 10:45 (BST) on Zoom.
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