Dr Carol Emslie is a Senior Lecturer within the Institute for Applied Health Research / School of Life Sciences at Glasgow Caledonian University and leads the Substance Use & Misuse research group. Her research focus on gender and alcohol use across the lifecourse. Currently, she holds two research grants with the National Institute for Health Research; one project is a multi-centre RCT which explores whether texting innovative messages to men in deprived areas will reduce their binge drinking, while the other is a qualitative study across four cities in the UK exploring barriers and facilitators to immunisation within Gypsy / Traveller Communities. A new study funded by Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems explores the social context of drinking in the LGBT community.
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