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17-21 May 2021

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  HW211 - Alcohol use during first wave of COVID-19 pandemics in Czechia (English)

Date / theme:Tuesday 18 May - New challenges in mental health
Time:16h00 until 17h00 (GMT+01:00) Paris (organisers' local time)
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Event type:  Webinar
Event format:Online only
Description:The webinar will present the results of pan-European alcohol survey that take place in Czechia in the spring and early summer 2020. The data were collected in the frame of the European study on the impact of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic on alcohol consumption. In the Czech Republic the study was done by Department of Addictology, Charles University and General Teaching Hospital in Prague on the sample 1500+ respondents.
Hosting country:  Czechia
Specific location(s):https://youtu.be/2Dy3vphOGqg
Language(s):English
Reach:National
Organisers:Expert addictology Centre - Alcohol, Department of Addictology, Charles University, First faculty of Medicine and General Teaching Hospital Prague, Czech Republic and Society of Social Medicine and HealthCare Management, Czech Medical Association of J. E. Purkyně
For registration and further information please contact the event organisers directly:
Website:https://youtu.be/2Dy3vphOGqg
Contact email:miroslavbartak@hotmail.com
Contact info:There is no need of pre-registration. The webinar will be held in MS TEAMS, the link is provided. Web page www.alkoholpodkontrolou.cz
Social media:https://www.facebook.com/AlkoholPodKontrolou/

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