Alcohol Policy in Canada: Webinar Series

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Exploring the current state of alcohol policy, public health, and cancer prevention

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about significant changes to alcohol policy, consumption trends, and harms. It is time for a renewed discussion on what this means for Canadians. Join us for a four-part webinar series examining the effects of Canada’s pandemic response on public health, cancer prevention, and the role of policy in mitigating harms.

Session 1: Alcohol and Cancer

October 20, 2021
12 PM to 1 PM EST

Topics Speakers
Alcohol and cancer: an overview of evidence, policies, and programs Elizabeth Holmes, Canadian Cancer Society
Benjamin Rempel, Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
Panel on alcohol and cancer Dr. Heather Bryant, Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
Dr. Darren Brenner, University of Calgary

Session 2: Alcohol Use, Cost and Harm

October 27, 2021
12 PM to 1 PM EST

Topics Speakers
Alcohol use, cost, and harm: an overview Dr. Samantha King, Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction
Panel on alcohol use, cost and harm Dr. Samantha Wells, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Dr. Adam Sherk, University of Victoria

Session 3: Public Health Communication Approaches to Alcohol

November 3, 2021
12 PM to 1 PM EST

Topics Speakers
Public health communication approaches to alcohol: an overview Dr. Catherine Paradis, Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction
Dr. Erin Hobin, Public Health Ontario
Panel on public health communication approaches to alcohol Dr. Catherine Paradis, Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction
Dr. Erin Hobin, Public Health Ontario

Session 4: Alcohol Policy Actions

November 10, 2021
12 PM to 1 PM EST

Topics Speakers
Alcohol policy actions: an overview Dr. Bryce Barker, Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction
Dr. Natalie Brender, Canadian Public Health Association
Panel on alcohol policy actions Dr. Robert Strang, Government of Nova Scotia
Candice St. Aubin, Public Health Agency of Canada

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These webinars are organized in a collaborative effort between the Canadian Cancer Society, the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction, the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, and the Canadian Public Health Association

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Alcohol Policy in Canada

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