For health
care providers

The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) has launched a new campaign about the link between alcohol and cancer, as well as Australia’s new Alcohol Guidelines to reduce the health risks from drinking alcohol.

People rely on their GPs and health providers for up-to-date advice.

As a trusted health professional people come to you for concerns about their health and advice about how to stay healthy.

They may also ask about the link between alcohol and cancer, the Alcohol Guidelines and what a ‘standard drink’ means.

Communicating evidence-based advice including the new Guidelines with your patients can help reduce their risk of developing alcohol-related cancers and other chronic diseases.

Resource pack

FARE has prepared a resource pack to help you talk to your patients about the link between alcohol and cancer and Australia’s new Guidelines to reduce the health risks from drinking alcohol.

This resource pack contains:

  • Brochure
  • Posters
Download resource pack
Reduce the risk resource pack

About this project

This project was developed by the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE), supported by the ACT Government under the ACT Health Promotion Grants Program.

It has been adapted from the WA Mental Health Commission’s Spread campaign and reflects the National Health and Medical Research Council’s new Australian Guidelines to Reduce Health Risks from Drinking Alcohol.