Supported by NHS England, The Information Standard is a certification programme designed to ensure that public health information services adhere to a set of best practise principles, use only recognised evidence sources and present all information in a clear and balanced way.
As you’re browsing the site, you’ll see the Information Standard quality mark on the pages that have already gone through the approval process. This logo can only be displayed by members, and is a quick and easy way for the public to identify reliable and trustworthy sources of information.
Helping the public make informed choices about alcohol and their drinking is a big responsibility, and at Drinkaware we take this responsibility very seriously. That’s why as a certified member of the Information Standard programme you can trust that the information on our website is accurate, up to date and grounded in strong evidence.
You can read more about the Information Standard, and what it means to have achieved this certification, at: www.theinformationstandard.org/description.
Disclaimer: Drinkaware Trust shall hold responsibility for the accuracy of the information they publish and neither the Scheme Operator nor the Scheme Owner shall have any responsibility whatsoever for costs, losses or direct or indirect damages or costs arising from inaccuracy of information or omissions in information published on the website on behalf of Drinkaware Trust.