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Conference presentations

2015

Baker A (2015)

Physical and psychological effects of methamphetamine use.

Paper presented at the National methamphetamine symposium: making research work in practice. 12 May 2015, Melbourne, Victoria

Cadet-James Y (2015)

Prof Yvonne Cadet-James [presentation at The Third National Cannabis Conference].

Paper presented at the The Third National Cannabis Conference. 7-9 October 2015, Melbourne

Dietze P (2015)

Understanding trends in Methamphetamine use and harm: Implications for harm reduction.

Paper presented at the National methamphetamine symposium: making research work in practice. 12 May 2015, Melbourne, Victoria

Ezard N (2015)

Effective strategies to address methamphetamine problems in primary care, emergency departments and hospital settings.

Paper presented at the National methamphetamine symposium: making research work in practice. 12 May 2015, Melbourne, Victoria

Haythornthwaite S, Hirvonen T (2015)

The relevance of trauma informed care to Aboriginal primary health care services.

Paper presented at the 13th National Rural Health Conference. 24-27 May 2015, Darwin

Hester R (2015)

Neural and cognitive effects of methamphetamine and implications for treatment.

Paper presented at the National methamphetamine symposium: making research work in practice. 12 May 2015, Melbourne, Victoria

Lee N (2015)

Build it and they will come: what works in treatment and how to apply it in everyday practice.

Paper presented at the National methamphetamine symposium: making research work in practice. 12 May 2015, Melbourne, Victoria

This conference presentation was delivered by Nicole Lee, from the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) at Flinders University, in Adelaide, South Australia.

The presentation included on:

  • cognitive responses to drugs
  • behaviour
  • what does and does not work in treatment
  • outpatient strategies
  • pharmacotherapy.

It is available as a video link, with the presentation in PDF format. It was presented at The National Methamphetamine Symposium in May, 2015 and is not Indigenous specific.

Abstract adapted from NCETA

Mayers D, Rory A, Frendin J, Buckley L (2015)

What works with an Indigenous workforce: an evaluation of the remote AOD workforce.

Paper presented at the 13th National Rural Health Conference. 24-27 May 2015, Darwin

Roche A (2015)

Methamphetamine use in Australia: what the data tells us about pattern of use.

Paper presented at the National methamphetamine symposium: making research work in practice. 12 May 2015, Melbourne, Victoria

Ross P (2015)

'The Bondage of love' Issues arising for families.

Paper presented at the National methamphetamine symposium: making research work in practice. 12 May 2015, Melbourne, Victoria

Saulo D (2015)

GOANNA The first national survey of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 16-29 years.

Paper presented at the National methamphetamine symposium: making research work in practice. 12 May 2015, Melbourne, Victoria

Trzesinski A (2015)

Online resource to empower Indigenous communities to reduce harmful substance use.

Paper presented at the 13th National Rural Health Conference. 24-27 May 2015, Darwin

2014

Gooda M (2014)

Mick Gooda: keynote speech: National Indigenous Drug & Alcohol Conference.

Paper presented at the National Indigenous Drug & Alcohol Conference. 4-6 June 2014, Melbourne

Kickett M (2014)

Building resilience in a culturally safe and respectful way within Aboriginal people.

Paper presented at the Western Australian Alcohol and Other Drugs Symposium. 23-25 June 2014, Fremantle

Third National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference (2014)

What works: doing it our way: resolutions from the Third National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference.

Canberra: National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Committee

2012

Passey M (2012)

Alcohol, tobacco and cannabis – and their impact on child development.

Paper presented at the National Roundtable on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child and Maternal Health Research. 8 March 2012, Melbourne

 
Last updated: 22 May 2017
 
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