REDUCING HARMS FROM SUBSTANCE MISUSE IN REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES REQUIRES INTERVENTIONS DELIVERED AS PROMISED WITH MEASURABLE IMPACTS?
Also known as: REDUCING PSYCHOSOCIAL DISTRESS AND INJURY LINKED WITH SUBSTANCE MISUSE IN REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES REQUIRES INTERVENTIONS TO BE IMPLEMENTED AS PROMISED AND ROBUST EVALUATION METHODOLOGIES WHICH CAN RELIABLY MEASURE THEIR IMPACTS?,
We cannot accurately estimate the occurrence of many diseases and risk factors for remote Indigenous communities where more of the health gap is suffered. Interventions targeting substance misuse risk factors have not yet produced the community- and individual-level impacts they were designed to bring about. In this Fellowship, I will improve evaluation methods and measures to produce credible evidence for assessing program implementation and effectiveness in remote communities.
Lead Investigator: A/Pr Alan Clough
Total Grant Budget: $AUD 453548.49
Application Year: 2012
Start Year: 2013
End Year: 2016
Main Funding Group: People Support
Grant Type (Funding Scheme): Career Development Fellowships
Grant Sub Type: Population Health CDF
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