NCETA Presentations

Below is a comprehensive list of all NCETA presentations. This list may be sorted by title, presentation date, and type of presentation (i.e., paper, poster, plenary). If you would like to obtain a copy of any presentation, please contact us.

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The work practice questionnaire: A purpose-built training evaluation measurement tool for the alcohol and other drugs sector.

Addy, D; Pidd, K; Roche, AM; Shoobridge, J; Skinner, N (2004). ANZAME (The Association for Health Professional Education) Conference. Adelaide South Australia 26-Jun


Detoxification from heroin and amphetamines.

Ali, R (2001).


New research, new clinical practice: From the backroom to the frontline.

Ali, R (2002).


Methamphetamine.

Ali, R; Edwards, S (2001).


Responding to alcohol and other drug-related harm in the workplace: A critical review of the Australian literature.

Allsop, S; Ask, A (1997). 3rd International Private Sector Conference on Drugs in the Workplace and Community (Asia - Pacific region). Petaling Jaya Selangor, Malaysia 3 - 6 October


Responding to amphetamine-related harm.

Allsop, S; Vincent, N; Kamieniecki, G (1997). Australian Therapeutic Communities Association, National Conference. Perth Western Australia


Responding to amphetamine related harm.

Allsop, S; Watts, S (1998). 13th Mandurah Addiction Symposium. Perth Western Australia


Collaboration and partnership for the National Suicide Prevention Strategy in South Australia: Lessons from a PAR approach to evaluating complex multi-site projects which address vulnerable target groups.

Aylward, P (2005). 16th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm Belfast Northern Ireland 20–24 March


Developing an evaluation model for an alcohol and mixed alcohol and other drug consumption education project for the Vietnamese Community in South Australia.

Aylward, P (2005). 16th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm Belfast Northern Ireland 20–24 March


Evaluation of the SA component of the National Suicide Prevention Strategy: A PAR approach across four project sites.

Aylward, P (2004). Australian Evaluation Society International Conference. Adelaide South Australia 13–15 October


An external evaluation of peer education in four clean needle program sites across outer metropolitan South Australia: Balancing needs and sharing rewards.

Aylward, P (2005). 16th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm Belfast Northern Ireland 20–24 March


Australian women's drinking patterns, occupational status and risk levels: An examination of 2001 National Drug Strategy Household Survey data.

Berry, J; Roche, AM; Todd, C (2005). Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD) Annual Conference 'Science, Practice, Experience'. Melbourne Victoria 6-9 November


Women's patterns of alcohol consumption and related risks according to work status.

Berry, J; Roche, AM; Todd, C (2005). Public and Population Health Research Seminar Program, Flinders University. Adelaide South Australia 12-Apr


Young Australian women's drinking patterns, occupational status and risk levels: An examination of national survey data.

Berry, J; Roche, AM; Todd, C (2005). Kettil Bruun Society 31st Annual Symposium 'Alcohol, Drugs and Violence: Youth Risk Taking Behaviours and Prevention'. Riverside California 30 May-4 June


Drinkcheck Training Workshop - Nurse Education.

Berry, K (2000).


Withdrawal severity in methadone maintenance patients is likely to have a pharmacokinetic rather than a pharmacodynamic cause.

Bochner, F; Dyer, K; Foster, D; White, J; Somogyi, A; Menelaou, A (1998). Proceedings of the Australian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologists.


Work-related drug use, the role of social influence, individual attitudes and behavioural controls on apprentices' drug consumption

Boeckmann, R; Lynd-Stevenson, R; Pidd, K (2004). Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD) Annual Conference 'Beyond the Drug'. Fremantle Western Australia 14–17 November


The alcohol and marijuana consumption patterns of adolescents undergoing occupational transition: The importance of workplace alcohol and other drug policy.

Boeckmann, R; Morris, M; Pidd, K (2005). Kettil Bruun Society 31st Annual Symposium 'Alcohol, Drugs and Violence: Youth Risk Taking Behaviours and Prevention'. Riverside California 30 May-4 June


The drug consumption patterns of adolescents undergoing occupational transition: The importance of workplace AOD policies.

Boeckmann, R; Morris, M; Pidd, K (2004). Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD) Annual Conference 'Beyond the Drug'. Fremantle Western Australia 14–17 November


Cultivating culture in a healthy way': The uses and challenges of cultural sociology in public health research on young people.

Borlagdan, J (2007). The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Cultural Sociology Research Forum. Brisbane Queensland 25-Sep


Cultures of consumption: An examination of the context of young people's drinking behaviours.

Borlagdan, J (2007). The Combined APSAD (Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs) and Cutting Edge Addiction Conference, 'Two Nations, Ten Cultures?' Auckland New Zealand 4-7 November


Young people and alcohol: The role of cultural influences - Cultural drivers of risk taking behaviour & their affects on 'low risk', 'risky' & 'high risk' use of alcohol among 14-24 year old Australian drinkers.

Borlagdan, J (2007). Board of Management


Drinking in context: Using culture to understand young people and alcohol

Borlagdan, J. (2009). SAPOL Licensing Enforcement Branch training Day Glenelg, Adelaide SA 28 October


Socio-cultural perspectives of consumerism

Borlagdan, J. (2009). Consuming interests: How can public health compete with the marketing of unhealthy products? Adelaide South Australia 29 April


Young people and alcohol: Cultural change is possible

Borlagdan, J. (2009). Thinking Drinking 3 Brisbane Queensland 5-7 August


Young people and alcohol: Cultural contradictions and challenges

Borlagdan, J. (2009). Youth Affairs Council of Australia Conference Melbourne Victoria 14 October


Young people and alcohol: The role of cultural influences - Cultural drivers of risk taking behaviour & their affects on 'low risk', 'risky' & 'high risk' use of alcohol among 14-24 year old Australian drinkers

Borlagdan, J. (2008). Adolescents & Alcohol: Changing Perspectives and New Challenges' Conference Adelaide South Australia May


School students and alcohol: Socio-cultural perspectives

Borlagdan, J. & Freeman, T. (2009). Drug Prevention Program: NSW Department of Education and Training Conference Sydney New South Wales 7 May


Cultures of consumption: Understanding the context of young people's drinking behaviours.

Borlagdan, J; Roche, AM; Pidd, K; Bywood, P; Lunnay, B (2007). The Combined APSAD (Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs) and Cutting Edge Addiction Conference, 'Two Nations, Ten Cultures?' Auckland New Zealand 4-7 November


Turning towards culture': The uses of cultural sociology in public health research on young people.

Borlagdan, J; Roche, AM; Pidd, K; Bywood, P; Lunnay, B (2007). South Australian Public Health and Health Promotion Conference, 'Population Health Impact of Health Services Research'. Adelaide South Australia 20-Oct


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