Projects

Browse or search for research projects and publications by project name, name of publication, researcher name, research area, or funding agency. 

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Evaluation of the Involuntary Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program Current

Funding Agency: Health Administration Corporation (NSW Ministry of Health)
People Involved: Alison Ritter, Thu Vuong

The IDAT Program, established under the Drug and Alcohol Treatment Act 2007 of New South Wales, aims to “provide short-term care, with an involuntary supervised withdrawal component, to protect the health and safety of people with severe substance dependence who have experienced, or are at risk…

National Treatment Framework Current

Funding Agency: Australian Government Department of Health
People Involved: Alison Ritter, Katinka Van De Ven, Michala Kowalski

The Commonwealth Department of Health has engaged the Drug Policy Modelling Program at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) to develop a National Treatment Framework. This is a highly consultative project and we are engaging with multiple stakeholders including treatment providers, and…

National Treatment Framework written submissions Current

Funding Agency: Australian Government Department of Health
People Involved: Alison Ritter, Katinka Van De Ven, Michala Kowalski

Making a submission to the National Treatment Framework?

This is an opportunity to make a written submission about the draft National Treatment Framework (NTF).

The development of a national treatment framework is important because it will enable a nationally shared strategic vision for alcohol…

Preventing alcohol related-harms: using comparative policy analysis to study the effects and development of local government alcohol policy Current

Funding Agency: National Health and Medical Research Council (Early Career Fellowship)
People Involved: Alison Ritter

Regulating the availability of alcohol is a key way to reduce harm from alcohol consumption, and local governments have a significant role. This Fellowship provides the first systematic examination of the impact of local government regulation of alcohol availability. The findings can inform…