The Ripple study is now closed. Thank you to those who participated in the study.

The Ripple study is now closed and is no longer seeking applications.  

Thank you to everyone who expressed interest or signed up to participate in the study. 

For this study, FARE partnered with the Centre for Alcohol Policy and Research at La Trobe University to examine ways to support women aged 40-65 years who drink alcohol and would like to reduce the amount they drink. 

Your participation will help generate urgently needed evidence to support women in this age group to feel well and stay healthy. 

If you’re interested in learning more about upcoming research and opportunities to help your community in the future, please consider signing up to our newsletter below. 

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Who conducted this study?

The Centre for Alcohol Policy Research (CAPR) at La Trobe University is a world-class academic unit at the forefront of alcohol research. Their work promotes and informs the development of evidence-based, effective alcohol policy in Australia and internationally.

The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) is a not-for-profit organisation working towards an Australia free from alcohol harms. We approach this through developing evidence-informed policy, enabling people-powered advocacy and delivering health promotion programs. Working with local communities, values-aligned organisations, health professionals, and researchers across the country, we strive to improve the health and wellbeing of everyone in Australia.

ACT Health undertakes a range of activities aimed at promoting healthy lifestyle choices and offers a range of settings-based initiatives in early childhood education, schools, workplaces, food outlets, and sporting clubs to improve the health and well-being of the ACT community. The ACT Health Promotion Grants Program aims to improve the health of Canberrans and minimize the risk of them developing chronic diseases.

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