Event:                                       48th Annual Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol in Johannesburg, South Africa,
Dates:                                       5 – 9 June 2023
Venue:                                      The Capital on the Park  https://www.kbs2023joburg.org/venue.html
Address:                                   01 Katherine Street, Sandton, 2031, South Africa
Conference website               https://www.kbs2023joburg.org/

Thematic areas to be discussed:

  1. Theory & conceptual issues (drinking cultures, diagnostic classifications and concepts, history, anthropology and economics, ethical considerations);
  2. Epidemiology (drinking patterns & drinking consequences)
  3. Policy (public policies & role of the alcohol industry)
  4. Behaviour change, interventions & treatment and
  5. Methodology (instruments & measurements, modelling & quantitative methods, qualitative and mixed approaches)

Conference Dates, Fees, and Registration                         https://www.kbs2023joburg.org/deadlines-fees.html                                        

Abstract & financial support decisions announced            15 March 2023

Last day for “early bird” registration and payment            31 March 2023

Last date for full paper submission                                       30 April 2023

Last date for Ole-Jørgen Skog award application               30 April 2023

Last date for registration and payment                                30 April 2023

For enquiries, please contact the committee                                https://www.kbs2023joburg.org/contact.html

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