Affiliation: Queen Margaret University College
- Variation in the alcohol content of a 'drink' of wine and spirit poured by a sample of the Scottish populationJan S Gill
School of Health Sciences, Queen Margaret University College, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 8HX, UK
Health Educ Res 19:485-91. 2004..Also, the reliability of many consumption surveys, where there is often the implicit assumption that a 'drink' is equivalent to a 'standard unit', must be questioned...
- Descriptors and accounts of alcohol consumption: methodological issues piloted with female undergraduate drinkers in ScotlandJan S Gill
Faculty of Health and Biological Sciences, Queen Margaret University College, Leith, Edinburgh EH12 8TS, UK
Health Educ Res 22:27-36. 2007..Given the unreliability of self-reported consumption, future health surveys and initiatives should consider 'quantifying' alcohol in a way more meaningful to the population of interest, in terms of effect...
- How 'sensible' is the UK Sensible Drinking message? Preliminary findings amongst newly matriculated female university students in ScotlandJan Gill
Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, Queen Margaret University College, Corstorphine, Edinburgh EH12 8TS, Scotland, UK
J Public Health (Oxf) 29:13-6. 2007....
- Practical demonstration of personal daily consumption limits: a useful intervention tool to promote responsible drinking among UK adults?Jan Gill
Faculty of Health and Social Sciences, Queen Margaret University, Corstorphine, Edinburgh, UK
Alcohol Alcohol 42:436-41. 2007..The aim of this study was to investigate the utility of a short, practical pouring exercise as a means of illustrating the details of the UK 'Sensible Drinking' guidelines...
- Reported levels of alcohol consumption and binge drinking within the UK undergraduate student population over the last 25 yearsJan S Gill
Department of Occupational Therapy and Art Therapy, Queen Margaret University College, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 8HX, UK
Alcohol Alcohol 37:109-20. 2002..A possible link between poor academic performance and alcohol consumption appears tenuous and merits further investigation. Evidence relevant to the view that the drinking behaviour of female students is changing is considered...
- People seem confused about sensible drinking messagesJan S Gill
BMJ 332:302-3. 2006
- 'Binge drinking? It's good, it's harmless fun': a discourse analysis of accounts of female undergraduate drinking in ScotlandJennifer M F Guise
Tayside Institute of Health Studies, University of Abertay Dundee, Dudhope Castle, Dundee DD3 6HF, UK
Health Educ Res 22:895-906. 2007..The study also demonstrates the usefulness of a discourse analytic approach to accounts of drinking behaviour...