Promoting Wellbeing Through Behaviour Change – Winter 2021 Research Briefing

To mark Alcohol Awareness Week, we facilitated our Winter 2021 Research Briefing and were delighted to have lined up two speakers that each delivered presentations focusing on promoting wellbeing through behaviour change.     Dr David Comerford, a Behavioural Economist and Senior Lecturer…

Get the Facts About Alcohol: A Drinkaware Public webinar

We were excited to hold our first public webinar alongside behavioural psychologist, Pádraig Walsh. Didn’t make it? Don’t worry. Everything we learned is too good not to share.  Do you know what the HSE low-risk weekly guidelines for alcohol are?…

Winter Research Briefing

Winter 2021 – Wellbeing and Behaviour Change DATE: WEDNESDAY 18th November 2021 TIME: 3PM THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE VIA ZOOM  To mark Alcohol Awareness Week, please join us for our Winter 2021 Research Briefing. We are delighted to have lined up two speakers that will each deliver presentations focusing on…

Grandparents Matter

Grandparents can play a significant, positive role in the lives of Grandchildren, at all stages of their development. It can be a wonderful experience but also has huge responsibilities. Involvement can be a continuum, going from no contact to full…

Hallowe’en Party: Tricks and Treats

Looking forward to Hallowe’en? We are too! Although some restrictions are lifted, this Hallowe’en will be different from what we’re used to. With more and more people in Ireland exploring sober-curious and mindful drinking, why not try throwing a different…

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2021

Breast cancer is something that can affect us all. It is the third most diagnosed form of cancer in Ireland overall, and the second most diagnosed cancer for women. We are spending this Breast Cancer Awareness Month raising awareness about the HSE…

Charity Impact Awards 2021

Drinkaware has entered the Charity Impacts Awards 2021! Voting is open to the public and you can vote for us here. At Drinkaware, we believe in our mission to reduce and prevent the misuse of alcohol in Ireland and delay…

Why talking to your teen about alcohol matters!

Why does talking to your teen about alcohol matter? Research confirms the role of the family and parents as the most important influence on children’s expectations, attitudes, and up to a certain age, behaviours relating to alcohol use.1 Even at an early age,…