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Intervention Trial to Reduce Alcohol-Related Harms Among High Risk Young Indigenous Australians

 

Overview

This research project aimed to investigate the outcomes, and quantifies the benefit-cost, of a complex, multi-component intervention that combined cognitive-behaviour therapy with a community-reinforcement strategy to reduce substance-related harms among high risk young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. It was hypothesised that the benefits of this multi-component intervention would outweigh the costs.

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

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Last updated: 25 October 2017
 
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