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Reducing harms from substance misuse in remote Indigenous communities requires interventions delivered as promised with measurable impacts

 

Overview

Interventions targeting alcohol and other drug (AOD) use risk factors have not yet produced the community and individual level impacts they were designed to bring about.

This research project will improve evaluation methods and measures to produce credible evidence for assessing AOD use program implementation and effectiveness in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Abstract adapted from Research Data Australia

Contacts

A/Prof Alan Clough
Principal Research Fellow
Ph: (07) 4232 1604
Email: alan.clough@jcu.edu.au

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Last updated: 6 November 2014
 
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