What do you think about drinking and drug use among students?

Posted on 23 April 2019

YUSU and the GSA are seeking feedback about your experiences.

Drinking and drugs safety survey

YUSU’s Advice & Support Centre and the Graduate Students’ Association (GSA), along with charity Changing Lives, are carrying out research to help identify current trends of drug and alcohol use amongst University of York students.

The aim is to find out your experiences of drinking and drug use and highlight what you think should be done in running campaigns, providing information on reducing risks and signposting to support. This is your chance to contribute to the revision and review of the University of York’s official drug and alcohol policy and guidelines.

The survey takes around 5-10 minutes and is open to all students, whether you identify as a drinker, non-drinker, drug user or non-drug user.

The survey closes on Wednesday 15 May 2019.

Anonymity

The survey does not ask for any identifiable information about yourself, except what level of study you are in.

If you have any questions about the survey, contact Amy Bullard, GSA Vice President: vpwellbeing@yorkgsa.org

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