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The role of an Aboriginal Women's Group in Meeting the High Needs of Clients Attending Outpatient Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment

 

Overview

This research project considers the role of a support group for female Aboriginal clients with alcohol and other drug use (AOD) disorders attending outpatient AOD treatment.

Data is presented on the complex needs of clients presenting to the group. Female clients and staff also describe perceived usefulness of the group and suggestions to improve its operation.

Abstract adapted from Discipline of Addiction Medicine, Sydney University

Contacts

Kylie Lee
Research Officer
Kate Conigrave
Professor
Indigenous substance misuse programs
Addiction Medicine
Central Clinical School
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
University of Sydney
Sydney NSW 2006
Kylie Lee
Ph: (02) 9515 7314
Email: kylie.lee@usyd.edu.au
Kate Conigrave
Ph: (02) 9515 8650
Fax: (02) 9515 5779
Email: kate.conigrave@sydney.edu.au

Angela Dawson
Research Fellow
Faculty of Health
University of Technology
Sydney NSW
Email: Angela.Dawson@uts.edu.au

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Last updated: 6 September 2017
 
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