You are invited to take part in a national study looking at alcohol use.
The study involves one 45 minute confidential interview, for which you will receive a
If you're interested in being interviewed contact Jane
Text: 0411 261 540
Call: (08) 8201 7692 or (08) 8201 7535
This research project is being run by the National Drug Research Institute (NDRI), Curtin University in collaboration with universities and health departments in every Australian state and territory. In South Australia the project collaborator is Flinders University. The information we collect from the research project will be used to make things safer.
If you are aged 14-19 and regularly drink alcohol,
you can get involved by either
Talking to us in person
You can meet up with one of our friendly university
researchers at a coffee shop, health building, or
another public place that suits you, such as at the
beachor at a library.
The interview will take between 45-60 minutes.
You will be asked about your experiences and what
you think about alcohol use.
You will be reimbursed with a $40 voucher for
your time, and expertise.
Interviews are confidential and anonymous
(we will not know who you are). This means we will
not ask you for your name or address. You may
use a false name to book an interview time.
If you're interested in being interviewed:
Contact Jane for an Adelaide (SA) interview:
Taking our Online survey
If you can't make it to a face-to-face interview,
you can complete the survey online.
This survey is open to all 14-19 year olds living in
Australia who regularly drink alcohol.
The online survey should take about 20 minutes.
It is also confidential and anonymous.
Online survey participants have the chance to win oneof 400 JB HI-FI vouchers, valued at $40 each
(Terms & Conditions). If you choose to enter the prize draw, your email address will be stored separately from your survey responses.
To start the online survey, click on the link below.
Please be aware that you will be redirected to the NDRI, Curtin University website for this project:
Note: you can either do the online survey OR be interviewed face-to-face, not both