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This project reviewed existing measures for the evaluation of residential rehabilitation programs, and their relevance for Indigenous programs and identify additional measures. This review included those measures which may be generic across Australia and internationally, and those specific to particular cultural groups and/or organisations. This program aimed to operationalise these measures by identifying appropriate methods for the collection and analysis of evaluation data and conduct trial evaluations using those measures in order to make recommendations for culturally appropriate evaluation of Indigenous residential rehabilitation services.
This study aims to lead to:
Abstract adapted from the Menzies School of Health Research
Dr Richard Chenhal
Menzies School of Health Research