This research provides the most up to date estimates of alcohol’s burden of disease (BoD) in Australia, based on current health and alcohol consumption data.
There have been many calls for the stronger adoption of evidence-based practice in the AOD sector. In order to understand what is effective and what is not, clinicians require an understanding of research and direction in how to translate research into practice.
This project aims to determine change in consumption over time, and to identify the factors that affect levels and changes of consumption over time, and differences between age groups, using secondary analysis of data taken from the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health; a population-based survey that has been examining the health and well-being of more than 40,000 Australian women since 1996.
This project aims to develop a reliable multiplier method to estimate the wider prevalence of problematic alcohol use based on the innovative use of an existing AOD information telephone counselling services with the addition of brief questions on treatment utilisation.