Systematic development of community-based interventions to reduce alcohol related-harms among Aboriginal people in rural NSW
This poster was prepared by Mieke Snijder at the 2015 NDARC Annual Research Symposium. Mieke also presented the findings in a five-minute poster presentation.
Aboriginal-specific Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) Manual
Aboriginal-specific Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) Training Manual
NDARC Technical Report no. 326 (2014).
Broadening the base of interventions for Aboriginal people with alcohol problems
NDARC Technical Report No. 29 (1995)
The effects of alcohol on cognitive, psychomotor and affective functioning: Report and recommendations prepared by an Expert Working Group for the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody
NDARC Monograph No. 8 (1990)
Midnight basketball to tackle drug and alcohol problems in rural Indigenous communities
National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre PhD student Mieke Snijder recently gave an interview to ABC Riverina about a new project aimed to help decrease alcohol related injury and violence in Indigenous communities in Griffith.
Movember Foundation funds Indigenous mental health initiative
The Drug and Alcohol Service Planning Model for Australia – Indigenous Project
The Drug and Alcohol Service Planning Model for Australia is a planning tool that aims to assist health planners to meet the needs of people with alcohol and other drug problems. Initial work, completed with the National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Committee (NIDAC) was
The feasibility and effectiveness of a family-based intervention for Indigenous Australians with alcohol dependence.
Indigenous Australians experience a disproportionately high burden of alcohol-related harm relative to non-Indigenous Australians. These alcohol-related harms are typically cumulative, extending beyond the individual to the family and community.