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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? [ 2013 - 2016 ]

Also known as: REDUCING HARMS FROM SUBSTANCE MISUSE IN REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES REQUIRES INTERVENTIONS DELIVERED AS PROMISED WITH MEASURABLE IMPACTS?

Research Grant

Researchers A/Pr Alan Clough (Principal investigator)

Funding Amount $AUD 457,647.55

Funding Scheme Career Development Fellowships

Brief description 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.

Notes Population Health CDF

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