Ian McGregor, HAGA’s Clinical Director and our first ever employee, remembers Alex Paton, without whom HAGA might not be here.Details
HAGA picked up an award for its work piloting an innovative social prescribing service in collaboration with JS Medical Practice and Haringey Council. The project scooped second place in the ‘Quality and Productivity’ category in the Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) Innovation Award.Details
Is online screening a route into support for dependent drinkers? A short news film by City University Broadcast Journalism students explores whether people drinking dependently could benefit from online routes into support.Details
At HAGA, we are delighted to share news about the impact of our specialist alcohol training on a London-based detox provider. Following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in summer 2015, the CQC inspectors identified the need for improvements to training and practice at The Perry Clayman Project (PCP).Details
Alcohol interventions need to be in people’s own hands not in specialist treatment services. Most risky drinkers typically don’t want or need alcohol treatment. Services need to take a different approach.
HAGA started developing a digital pathway for risky drinkers in 2011. Our poster offers an overview of the learning so far from our digital alcohol pathway. The poster was presented at the Society for the Study of Addiction symposium 2015Details