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David Nutt on Alcohol: The Ultimate Psychopharmacological Challenge

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In episode five of the BAP 2024 podcast, Professor David Nutt, a renowned psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist from Imperial College London, delves into the psychopharmacological aspects of alcohol. David Nutt is a past president of the British Association for Psychopharmacology and of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology.


Hosted by André from the Mental Elf, this episode touches on the history and effects of alcohol, its social role, and the development of safer functional alternatives like Sentia. Prof. Nutt also discusses the future of drug policies and the rational use of regulated substances, providing a compelling preview of his upcoming talk at the BAP summer meeting in July.


00:00 Introduction to the BAP 2024 Podcast

01:04 Meet Professor David Nutt

02:14 Understanding Alcohol's Effects

04:07 The Popularity and Social Role of Alcohol

07:40 Exploring Alternatives to Alcohol

13:32 Future of Drug Policy and Safe Alternatives

17:15 Conclusion and Upcoming Events


Find out more about the BAP Summer Meeting and get your ticket now at: https://www.bap.org.uk/BAP2024



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In episode five of the BAP 2024 podcast, Professor David Nutt, a renowned psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist from Imperial College London, delves into the psychopharmacological aspects of alcohol. David Nutt is a past president of the British Association for Psychopharmacology and of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology.


Hosted by André from the Mental Elf, this episode touches on the history and effects of alcohol, its social role, and the development of safer functional alternatives like Sentia. Prof. Nutt also discusses the future of drug policies and the rational use of regulated substances, providing a compelling preview of his upcoming talk at the BAP summer meeting in July.


00:00 Introduction to the BAP 2024 Podcast

01:04 Meet Professor David Nutt

02:14 Understanding Alcohol's Effects

04:07 The Popularity and Social Role of Alcohol

07:40 Exploring Alternatives to Alcohol

13:32 Future of Drug Policy and Safe Alternatives

17:15 Conclusion and Upcoming Events


Find out more about the BAP Summer Meeting and get your ticket now at: https://www.bap.org.uk/BAP2024



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