Lords debate the Licensing Act 2003 (Mandatory Licensing Conditions) Order ...DeHavilland (press release) (subscription)The benefits have been assessed using the University of Sheffield's School of Health and Related Research model, which is accepted as the best available model for estimating benefits of this policy. The modelling was carried out by researchers based at ...
From SSM:“Professor Gavin Mooney served for many years as a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Social Science & Medicine. Following his tragic death in December 2012, we are publishing a celebration of his work within Social Science & Medicine. Gavin published several important papers in Social Science & Medicine, covering a broad range of themes that reflect his contribution
Promoting Independence through Personalized INteractive technologies (PIPIN) isa cross disciplinary research network funded by the University of Sheffield Degital World cross-cutting theme, which covers the development, use and impact of digital technologies in a range of disciplines and user environments. Some PIPIN students have updated their website and done a fantastic job. To see the website
Last Wednesday the Coalition government unveiled their 2014 budget, which included several new policies in relation to the selling of alcohol. One aspect of the budget which has received a lot of attention nationally is the change to alcohol duty rates, detailed below: Alcohol duty rates – From 24 March 2014, the duty rate on general beer will be reduced by 2%. The duty rate on low strength beer