1 edition of Alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia 2002-03 found in the catalog.
Alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia 2002-03
|Series||Drug treatment series -- no. 3|
|Contributions||Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.|
|LC Classifications||HV5283.A8 A433 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||2005412074|
Some such indicators can be – 1. Production and consumption of substances 2. Seizure of illicit drugs. 3. Drug related illness. 4. Reporting systems: Data obtained from persons attending heath services notably drug dependence treatment services can provide valuable indirect information regarding substance use problems in the community. Title: Alcohol and other drugs treatment services national minimum data set data collection: data dictionary Authors: Alcohol and Other Drugs Program Abstract: The Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Data Set (AODTS-NMDS) emanated from the national forum 'Treatment and research-where to from here?' held in by the Alcohol and other .
There is considerable debate within Australia—as elsewhere—about how illicit drug offending should be addressed in the context of criminal justice. While a national policy of harm minimisation has been a key principle underpinning Australia's drug strategy since (Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy, ).Cited by: Abraham, Manja D and Kaal, Hendrien L and Cohen, Peter DA () Licit and illicit drug use in Amsterdam, to developments of drugs use in Amsterdam, as measured in five population surveys between and
Far from creating a “drug-free world”, the war on drugs on treatment and prevention, and 50% on domestic • In Australia, spending in was AUS$1 3 billion on proactive expenditure (55% on enforcement, 23% on prevention, 17% on treatment, and 3% on. Illicit drug use should be viewed primarily as a health and social problem, and be funded accordingly. Half a century of a drug policy relying primarily on drug law enforcement has failed to curb the demand and supply of illicit drugs in Australia. However, adverse consequences of this approach have increased overall, including deaths, disease, crime and corruption. .
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Australian Institute of Health and WelfareAlcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia report on the National Minimum Data Set, AIHW, Canberra.
Get citations as an Endnote file: Endnote. AIHW (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare) Alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia – report on the national minimum data set. Drug Treatment Series 3.
AIHW cat. HSE Canberra: AIHW. Australian Institute of. Get this from a library. Alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia report on the national minimum data set. [Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.;]. disorders and For –03 to 03–04 not only were admissions for mental disorders twice as high as for the non–Indigenous population, so too were admissions for accidents and injuries with young adult women being particularly vulnerable.
 The misuse of alcohol is recognised as a contributor to the excess of both physical andFile Size: 80KB. Drug Abuse Treatment Toolkit A Practical Planning and Implementation Guide Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION—A PRACTICAL PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE Printed in Austria V—July —1, United Nations publication Sales No.
ISBN to. According to the AIHW report on alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia, the three main illicit drugs that both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous clients sought treatment for were cannabis (24%), amphetamines (17%), and heroin (7%).
The majority of the treatment was received in non-residential. The book is a valuable, concise, and contemporary overview of the alcohol and other drug field and is most suitable for medical, nursing and allied health professionals. It does, however, have distinct relevance for all social and welfare personnel involved in dealing with people with alcohol and other drug issues.
Ministerial Drug and Alcohol Forum (MDAF) The MDAF oversees the work on Australia's national drug policy framework. This framework includes strategies for alcohol, tobacco, ice, and strengthening the alcohol and other drug (AOD) workforce.
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Victoria’s specialist alcohol and other drug treatment services cover a broad spectrum of community-based and residential treatment options. AOD policy, research and legislation. This webpage links to more information from the Victorian Government about policy, research and legislation for the alcohol and other drug sector.
AOD treatment services. Victoria’s specialist alcohol and other drug treatment services cover a broad spectrum of community-based and residential treatment options.
AOD policy, research and legislation. This webpage links to more information from the Victorian Government about policy, research and legislation for the alcohol and other drug.
INTRODUCTION. This guideline is concerned with the identification, assessment and management of alcohol dependence and harmful alcohol use 1 in people aged 10 years and older. Inalcoholic beverages were consumed by 87% of the population in England, which is equivalent to 36 million people (adults aged 16 years or over) (Fuller, ).
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unavailable. Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services in Australia Describes the National Illicit Drug Strategic Framework –99 to –03 National Drug Strategy Household Survey (NDSHS) DASC Drug and Alcohol Services Council (South Australia) R., Miller, M.
& Cormack, S.Future Directions for Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment in Australia, AGPS, Canberra. Miller, W.R. & Sanchez M.C. to be effective prior tosuch treatment requires health facilities and clinical knowledge.
On the basis of studies after Figure 1: Distribution of research types in the National Drug Research Institute’s Annotated Bibliography of Indigenous Australian Alcohol and Other Drug Use, (n= articles identified).Cited by: Alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia – Drug treatment series Cat.
HSE Canberra: AIHW 2. National Mental Health Commission. A Contributing Life, National Report Card on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention. Sydney: NMHC. National Mental Health Consumer and Carer Forum.
New South Wales, as part of its Alcohol and other Drug Offender Diversion Model Project Proposal, planned to trial a Drug Courts Programme in early This programme involved an inter-departmental team approach designed to deal.
(), Alcohol and Other Drugs: A Handbook for Health Professionals. Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. This Handbook is the third edition of a resource originally produced well over a decade ago.
Monash University Procedure 1 Procedure Title Alcohol and Other Drugs Management: Tobacco and Drug Procedures Parent Policy Alcohol and Other Drugs Management Policy (Australia only) Date Effective August Review Date August Procedure Owner Manager, Property & Venue Services, Buildings and Property Division Category Operational Version.
Alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia – Report on the National Minimum Data Set SACASR On-line Library Posted on J by mac8 J Report by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare on drug and alcohol treatment services in Australia.Collins, D.J.
& Lapsley, H.M.Counting the Cost: Estimates of the Social Costs of Drug Abuse in Australia –9, Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra.
DASC (Drug and Alcohol Services Council)Alcohol Related Brain Injury, Drug and Alcohol Services Council, Adelaide. Chapter 3.programmes and other interventions to address the drug use situation.
To illustrate, long-term trends in use of different drugs and overall drug use are presented for the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Australia and Spain where trend data over a longer period of time is availa-ble.
Although short-term changes and trends might be.