Do you or a loved one have a personal experience of alcohol problems, or are you a carer for someone with an alcohol problem? Would you like to learn more about alcohol treatment approaches, and help researchers and clinicians to develop their research? If so, you are invited to an informal meeting with a group of researchers and clinicians investigating how to improve alcohol services and treatment in south London.
We are holding two meetings at Ortus Learning and Events Centre, 96 Grove Lane, London SE5 8SN on Tuesday 19 March 2018, 1pm – 3pm; or Thursday 5 April 2018, 11am – 1pm. Refreshments and sandwiches will be provided.
At the meeting, we will seek your views and input on the future direction of our research. We will also update you on the research and service development work taking place in south London. Our aim is to create a new forum for people who care about these issues. We want to share views and experiences, help shape new research, and provide effective advocacy for today’s service users.
Please register your interest with the Project Manager, Amy Wolstenholme at firstname.lastname@example.org, letting Amy know which meeting you would like to attend.
All are welcome: Service users past and present, family members or carers of people with alcohol problems and members of the public with a genuine interest in this area.
Attendance by those from minority groups that can be underrepresented, such as from our own LGBT+ community, is especially welcome.
These meetings are being organised by South London CLAHRC (Collaboration in Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care).