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Alcohol Management Plans in remote Indigenous communities: their impacts on injury, violence, health and social indicators and their cost-effectiveness in Cape York, far north Queensland

 

Overview

This project aims to investigate the long-term impacts on health, economic and social outcomes of complex interventions restricting the supply of alcohol in the Cape York region of far north Queensland.

The results of this study will provide an evaluation framework and evidence base to inform communities and governments if future policy and program adjustments are proposed in these and similar Indigenous communities elsewhere in Australia.

The project will be funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) over a three year period commencing in 2013.

Abstract adapted from the National Health and Medical Research Council

Contacts

Chief Investigator
Associate Professor Alan Clough
Senior Research Fellow
School of Public Health
James Cook University
Cairns Campus
PO Box 6811
Cairns Qld 4870
Ph: (07) 4042 1374
Email: alan.clough@jcu.edu.au

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Last updated: 6 November 2014
 
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