This project is concerned with the experience of recovery from alcohol-related harm and how the environment influences this process. Alcohol-related harm is a major public health concern as it is a leading cause of ill-health, injury and death. It has been linked with contributing to behavioural, economic and social difficulties for individuals and their families. […]Read more "About This Project"
Drop-In/Up-Load Whilst the participants were taking photographs, Samantha ran a drop-in session on Monday evenings for an hour where photographs could be uploaded, cameras could be charged and exchanged and any technical issues could be resolved. This also meant that the time at the second workshop could be used primarily to discuss the images taken. […]Read more "Workshop 2"
12/01/15 at Serenity Café A workshop and lunch was held at the Serenity Café with the participants from the study to answer any questions they may have, distribute cameras, discuss approaches to taking photographs and become familiar with the digital cameras. Samantha Rutherford held a slideshow which contained examples of photographs taken by participants from […]Read more "Camera Training Workshop"
The research team were invited for lunch to gain a deeper understanding of how the café operates. The recovery café is a project that is run by volunteers and its facilities are aimed towards people who are in recovery from alcohol addiction. The café is situated in the center of Edinburgh near the Scottish Parliament […]Read more "Serenity Café"
The photovoice project began with a full day event held on Thursday 27th November 2014 at Edinburgh University, College of Art, Evolution House, Board Room (5th floor), 78 Westport, Edinburgh. The first half of the day opened with a series of presentations from researchers who described how they have used Photovoice in their work. Presentation, […]Read more "Photovoice Workshop: 27 November 2014"