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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Indigenous dual diagnosis project

 

Overview

The Indigenous dual diagnosis project commenced in 2009. The research project had three aims:

The DrugInfo Clearinghouse developed a fact sheet which outlines some of the key themes and findings from the consultation report developed during the first stage of the project.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Contacts

Katherine Bakos
Coordinator, Indigenous Dual Diagnosis Project
Victorian Dual Diagnosis Education and Training Unit
St Vincent's Hospital
Ph: 0411 958 314
Email: katherine.bakos@svhm.org.au

Greg Logan
Manager, Victorian Dual Diagnosis Education and Training Unit
St Vincent's Hospital
Ph: (03) 9288 2383
Email: Greg.Logan@svhm.org.au

Related publications

Indigenous dual diagnosis project (2009)

DrugInfo Clearinghouse

The DrugInfo Clearinghouse has developed this factsheet which outlines some of the key themes and findings from the consultation report developed during the first stage of the Indigenous dual diagnosis project.

This project has three aims: to increase coordination and collaboration between alcohol and other drug and mental health services; to develop and facilitate dual diagnosis training and resources that are culturally appropriate and relevant; and to build capacity in the Aboriginal workforce.

The findings described in the factsheet provide valuable insights for people working with Aboriginal clients with a dual diagnosis and their families and communities.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Andy B (2009)

Indigenous dual diagnosis project.

DrugInfo Newsletter; 7(3): 7

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Last updated: 15 May 2014
 
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