CAMH and McMaster Addictions Curriculum Project

This collaboration between the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and McMaster is an educational initiative to promote curriculum innovation and resources related to the spectrum of alcohol use disorders.

Alcohol and Health in Canada: A Summary of Evidence and Guidelines for Low-Risk Drinking

This document is intended for health professionals, policymakers, communication experts and members of the public who may wish to be informed about low-risk use of alcohol, whether for themselves or to advise others. The summary of evidence provided here and the proposed Canadian Guidelines for Low-Risk Drinking have both been developed by an independent expert working group with members drawn from Canadian addiction research agencies. The document has also been significantly strengthened by a process of international peer review conducted by three invited experts on alcohol epidemiology and feedback from concerned individuals and organizations. November 2010 Authors: Peter Butt, Doug Beirness, Frank Cesa, Louis Gliksman, Catherine Paradis & Tim Stockwell