Tagged: Kettil Bruun Society


KBS 2016 – 42nd Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society. The primary purpose of the symposium is to provide a forum for researchers involved in studies on alcohol to exchange ideas about their ongoing research. The scope of the symposium includes studies of determinants and consequences of alcohol use, alcohol norm and alcohol consumption patterns, social and institutional responses to alcohol related harms, prevention and care…

EVENT: Alcohol’s Harm To Others – Perceptions, Policies, Approaches

  Thematic meeting of the Kettil Bruun Society: Alcohol’s harm to others – perceptions, policies and approaches “Harm to others” has lately received global interest as a loosely defined, overarching concept in alcohol research. It covers well-known harms and costs to intimates, bystanders, strangers, professionals and social institutions, but also offers the potential for new… Read more »

NEWS: Alcohol Free Lifestyle Benefits Community

There is a clear correlation between the number of people who choose to live alcohol free and the amount of alcohol consumed by those who choose to use alcohol. The more people who do not use alcohol, the less alcohol will be consumed by those who choose to use alcohol. These finding come from a study by PhD candidate at Karolinska Institute Jonas Raninen…