Low Risk Alcohol Use on Campus: Balancing Our Thinking Around Drinking

Posted on November 12th, 2014

30 September 2014 | Tim Dyck.

The new school year kicked off with a new webinar series for the Changing the Culture of Substance Use (CCSU) Project, which includes a variety of interactive webinars on hot topics and key material from the CCSU project guides over the coming year. 

The CCSU team has been developing several engaging guides meant to support the development of specific tools or approaches to promote elements of a comprehensive approach to psychoactive substance use within a post-secondary institution’s community.  We have taken research and evidence and distilled it for a campus context.  The guides provide an overview and key considerations for those who are looking to create and adapt programs, practices or policies related to the hot topics.

The first webinar in the series is Balancing Our Thinking Around Drinking led by Tim Dyck from the Centre of Addictions Research of British Columbia (CARBC).  This webinar will look at how campuses might apply Low-Risk Drinking Guidelines on campus from a socio-ecological perspective.  

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