Bridging the GAP
European Alcohol Policy Conference
Programme

Wednesday 16 June 2004

1200-1800

Registration

1800-2100

Theatre performance - Wybrzezak Theatre Group

 

Thursday 17 June 2004

0930-1030

Opening session

1030-1100

Coffee Break

1100-1230

Plenary Session 1
Introduction to the Conference
Alcohol in Europe: Science and the Enlarged Europe
Bring Science to the people of Europe
Poland at the European crossroads

1230-1400

Lunch Break

1400-1530

Plenary Session 2
Alcohol in Europe: Economics and Harm
The Risk of alcohol in Europe
The financial costs and benefits of alcohol
Alcohol and World Health

1530-1600

Coffee Break

1600-1730

Concurrent Session 1
Bridging the gap between different levels of supplying help for addicted people - German/Swiss approach

Concurrent Session 2
The harm and cost related to 'alcohol problems in the workplace' - latest evidence and current trends

Concurrent Session 3
Methods of Monitoring Alcohol Marketing

Concurrent Session 4
Against the Odds: development of a national alcohol policy in England

Concurrent Session 5
Feasibility and effectiveness of Eurocare recommendations on drinking and driving (1)

Concurrent Session 6
European Union, alcohol and young people

 

Friday 18 June 2004

0930-1030

Plenary Session 3
Marketing, communication and alcohol free roads

1030-1100

Coffee Break

1100-1230

Concurrent Session 1
Dealing with Alcohol in Primary Health Care: What the European PHEPA Project has to say

Concurrent Session 2
The role of the courts in alcohol policy

Concurrent Session 3
The role of public campaigns in alcohol policy

Concurrent Session 4
World Trade Organisation and alcohol policy

Concurrent Session 5
You can choose - win or lose

Concurrent Session 6
The lessons from the European comparative alcohol study

1230-1400

Lunch Break

1400-1530

Plenary Session 4
Helping People Change

1530-1600

Coffee Break

1600-1730

Concurrent Session 1
Implementing Brief Interventions in Primary Health Care: First Report from the WHO Phase IV Project

Concurrent Session 2
The harm done by alcohol

Concurrent Session 3
Alcohol marketing and problem drinking. 'The effects of binge-drinking and the starting age of consumption'

Concurrent Session 4
Partnership between the government, NGO's and the industry: a new National Alcohol Programme in Finland

Concurrent Session 5
Feasibility and the effectiveness of Eurocare recommendations on drinking and driving (2)

Concurrent Session 6
Alcohol taxes and public health in EU perspective

 

Saturday 19 June 2004

0930-1030

Plenary Session 5
Alcohol and families, communities and countries

1030-1100

Coffee Break

1100-1230

Concurrent Session 1
Self-help groups and community programmes. Volunteer mutual help groups in a community based setting - bridging the gap in prevention and treatment at grassroots level

Concurrent Session 2
Prevention in the Workplace

Concurrent Session 3
Youth and sports - A prevention project to keep youth in sports free from alcohol

Concurrent Session 4
EU Surgery: Advocating for health in Brussels

Concurrent Session 5
Visegrad group cooperation for road safety

Concurrent Session 6
What information is needed for alcohol policy - the role of knowledge transfer

1230-1400

Lunch Break

1400-1500

Round table discussion with speakers

1500-1530

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1530-1600

Coffee Break

 

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