NCETA Publications

Below is a comprehensive list of all NCETA publications. This list may be sorted by title, publication date, type of publication (i.e., journal article, report), and topic. Please note that while we have endeavoured to provide you with links to the journal articles, there may be restricted access in some instances due to subscription and/or copyright requirements.

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Pidd, K., & Roche, A.M. (2015). Methamphetamine use in the workplace: Implications for prevention and treatment. Drug and Alcohol Review, 34 (Supplement 1), 54.

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Adams, M., Aylward., P ; Heyne, N., Hull, C., Misan, G., Taylor, J. & Walker-Jeffreys, M. (2005). Integrated support for Aboriginal tertiary students in health-related courses: The Pika Wiya Learning Centre. Australian Health Review, 29 (4), 482-8.

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Addy, D., Skinner, N., Shoobridge, J., Freeman, T., Roche, A.M., Pidd, K. & Watts. S. (2003). A training evaluation measurement tool for the alcohol and other drug field. National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia.

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Addy, D., Skinner, N., Shoobridge, J., Freeman, T., Roche, A.M., Pidd, K. & Watts, S. (2004). Handbook for the work practice questionnaire (WPQ): A training evaluation measurement tool for the alcohol and other drugs field. National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia.

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Addy, D., Skinner, N., Shoobridge, J., Freeman, T., Roche, A.M., Pidd, K. & Watts, S. (2004). The Work Practice Questionnaire: A training evaluation measurement tool for the alcohol and other drugs field. National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University, Adelaide, South Australia.

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Alati, R., Dunn, N., Roche, A.M., Dennerstein, L.,Darlington, S., Guthrie, J. & Green, A. (2007). Moderate alcohol consumption associated with wellbeing in women through the menopausal transition. Climacteric, 10, 491-499.

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Ali, R., Christie, P., Lenton, S., Hawks, D., Sutton, A., Hall, W. & Allsop, S. (1999). The social impacts of the cannabis expiation notice scheme in South Australia. Monograph Series No 35, National Drug Strategy, Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra.

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Allsop, S. (2000). Drug harm minimisation: Is there a role for police? In B. Saunders and S. Helfgott (Eds).Perspectives on addiction: Understanding the issues. United Kingdom: Harwood Academic Publishers.

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Allsop, S. & Nicholas, R. (1997). Harm minimization: Engaging police. Selected papers presented at the Indian Law Institute/UNDCP/International Law Association. Regional Branch, India, International Conference on Global Drugs Law, New Delhi, 28 February-3 March, 1997. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications.

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Allsop, S. & Phillips, M. (1997). Responding to alcohol and other drug related harm in the workplace. Proceedings of Drug Interactions: Lifestyle, culture and gender, Winter School in the Sun: Brisbane.

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