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Reducing Alcohol-Related Injury and Violence in Rural Aboriginal Communities

 

Overview

This project will examine the cost-effectiveness of a community empowerment and positive reinforcement intervention for reducing alcohol-related injury and violence among Aboriginal people in two rural locations in New South Wales. Investigators will work with local Aboriginal Medical Services (AMS) to implement and evaluate the intervention in both of the locations.

In both target locations, the intervention aims to:

Abstract adapted from National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre

Contacts

Professor Anthony Shakeshaft
National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre
Ph: (02) 9385 0333
Email: a.shakeshaft@unsw.edu.au

Evaluated publications

Snijder M, Shakeshaft A, Wagemakers A, Stephens A, Calabria B (2015)

A systematic review of studies evaluating Australian Indigenous community development projects: the extent of community participation, their methodological quality and their outcomes.

BMC Public Health; 15: 1154

Retrieved 21 November 2015 from http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12889-015-2514-7

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Last updated: 9 February 2017
 
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