Substance Use and Associated Behaviours (SUAB)

Tackling emerging social problems around substance use and addictive behaviours.

Our Substance Use and Associated Behaviours (SUAB) Research Group is an exciting and creative group comprising Manchester Met academics from a range of disciplines, as well as community partners and associates from policy and practice around the UK and internationally.

The overall purpose of SUAB is to develop and conduct research and related activities that ultimately result in a better service for people who experience problematic substance use.

We aim to achieve this through the production of high quality research, ensuring this is disseminated and applied to policy and practice.

Our group’s activities include:

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