With heavy drinking on the rise in England and elsewhere, it is important to understand the context for alcohol consumption in order to design appropriate… Read more »
Kat Jackson is a researcher with social science background in the Institute of Health and Society at Newcastle University. This article is based on her doctoral work which explored non-treatment seeking women’s alcohol use in relation to stress. Her research interests include health inequalities, alcohol and substance use and the intersections of family and health care. She is currently working on a study about sharing health and social care data to support families involved with early intervention services.