It is estimated that 9 million people in the UK drink above the recommended daily limit, with 22,000 people per year dying prematurely as a result of their alcohol consumption. The aim of the Drink Informed project was to empower and support clinical staff to educate and engage those individuals whose drinking habits are causing them harm, with the aim of supporting the patient to make an informed choice about their care and encourage positive changes towards a healthier lifestyle.The inspiration and drivers behind the project were the Alcohol Specialist Nurse Service at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth. Through a series of observations, questionnaires and workshops with clinicians, patients, support staff and academics, the team collected a range of valuable insights. These were supported by further research into the 80+ risks of drinking alcohol. This information fuelled the creation of this resource kit, comprising tools to encourage discussion and support explanation documents about the body, a spectrum to show the trajectory of a patients drinking and 3D models. The kit has two distinct faces: one is patient facing to facilitate their recovery; the other supports and educates clinical staff across the hospital.This project was completed by the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the Royal College of Art, with our research partners, NHS Innovations South East, Portsmouth City Council and Wessex Academic Health Science Network.