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Poster NumberPresenterPresentationAbstract
1Amy Mullens
SUBSTANCE USE AT SEX ON PREMISES VENUES AMONG GAY, BISEXUAL & OTHER MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN
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2Amy Mullens
DOMAINS OF REINFORCEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH GREATER ALCOHOL USE AMONG GAY, BISEXUAL & MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN WITHIN ‘CHEMSEX’ CONTEXTS IN QUEENSLAND
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3Andrew Scholey
REDUCED ATTENTIONAL RESOURCES DURING ALCOHOL HANGOVER
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4Benjamin Riordan
FOMO: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION INTO THE LINK BETWEEN THE FEAR OF MISSING OUT & ALCOHOL USE DURING EVENTS
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5Claire Adams
ALCOHOL USE DISORDER & CIRCULATING CYTOKINES: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
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6Harriet Garrisson
DISSOCIATION BETWEEN SUBJECTIVE, COGNITIVE & PERFORMANCE IMPAIRMENTS FROM ALCOHOL DURING DRIVING SIMULATOR PERFORMANCE
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7Joris Verster
PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS AFFECTING HANGOVER SEVERITY
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8Joris Verster
EMOTIONAL INFORMATION PROCESSING DURING ALCOHOL HANGOVER
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9Joris Verster
ALCOHOL HANGOVERS AMONG MALE & FEMALE SOCIAL DRINKERS: DO THEY DIFFER?
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10Lauren Monds
HOW INTOXICATED ARE YOU? COMPARING SELF & OBSERVER INTOXICATION RATINGS TO BAC
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11Michele Tracey
IDENTIFYING & MANAGING RISK FACTORS WHEN CARING FOR INTOXICATED PATIENTS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
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12Peter Higgs
ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION PATTERNS IN A COHORT OF PEOPLE WHO INJECT DRUGS BEFORE & FOLLOWING DIRECT-ACTING ANTIVIRAL TREATMENT FOR HEPATITIS C: DATA FROM THE TREATMENT & PREVENTION STUDY
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13Sandi James
IMPLEMENTING A COMMUNITY-BASED ALCOHOL HARM REDUCTION PROGRAM IN SABAH, MALAYSIA USING THE ALCOHOL TOOL-KIT & A MODIFIED PEER SUPPORT MODEL
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14Sandi James
EXPLORING ALCOHOL USE IN SABAH, MALAYSIA: PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM AN ETHNOGRAPHIC STUDY IN THE KADAZANDUSUN CULTUREAbstract
15Sandra Kuntsche
ALCOHOL USE OF MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA: DEVELOPMENT OF AN ONLINE INTERVENTION
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16Sarah Benson
THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL HANGOVER ON MULTITASKING PERFORMANCE, MOOD & PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS REACTIVITY
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17Jennifer Delima
NARRATIVE EVALUATION OF CONTEXTUAL FACTORS ON RECRUITMENT INTO A STUDY ON THE IMPACTS OF THIAMINE DOSAGE UPON ALCOHOL RELATED NEUROLOGICAL IMPAIRMENTS
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18Susan Rombouts
EVIDENCE BASED MODELS OF CARE FOR THE TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL USE DISORDER IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SETTINGS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW & META-ANALYSIS
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19Teerayuth Rungnirundorn
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DRINK DRIVING & BELIEF ABOUT THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ALCOHOL WARNING LABELS
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20Victoria Kostadinov
PREVALENCE & PREDICTORS OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AMONG OLDER AUSTRALIANS
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21Victoria Kostadinov
RISKY DRINKING & ILLICIT DRUG DISPLACEMENT AMONG YOUNG EMPLOYEES
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22Warren Logge
AFFECT PRECEDING DRINKING SESSIONS PREDICTS INCREASED ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: AN EXPERIENCE SAMPLING APPROACH
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23Anne Roche
OLDER PEOPLE & RISKY DRINKING: THE ROLE OF PERCEIVED HARMS & SAFE DRINKING GUIDELINE KNOWLEDGE
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24Julia Uporova
DRIVING AFTER USING ALCOHOL & DRUGS, ROADSIDE TESTING, & RISK PERCEPTION AMONG PEOPLE WHO USE DRUGS IN AUSTRALIA
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25Josh Sweeney
ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG USE IN REGIONAL & REMOTE AUSTRALIA: CONSUMPTION, HARMS & ACCESS TO TREATMENT
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26Chris Alford
ALCOHOL HANGOVER INDUCED IMPAIRMENT IN A SIMULATED SHORT COMMUTE TO WORK CONTRASTING NEXT DAY RESIDUAL ALCOHOL & ZERO ALCOHOL
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27Janni Leung
WHAT RISK DO CANNABIS USERS RUN OF DEVELOPING CANNABIS USE DISORDERS? A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW & META-ANALYSISAbstract
28Llewellyn Mills
VALIDATION OF THE ATOP FOR USE IN A CANNABIS DEPENDENT POPULATION
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29Lucy Tran
CANNABIS & CANNABINOIDS FOR THE TREATMENT OF MENTAL DISORDERS & SYMPTOMS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW & META-ANALYSIS
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30Raimondo Bruno
IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COGNITION & RESIDUAL BLOOD LEVELS OF CANNABIS METABOLITES IN NON-INTOXICATED HEAVY CANNABIS CONSUMERS?
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31Vivian Chiu
PERSONAL CORRELATES OF SUPPORT FOR MEDICAL CANNABIS LEGALISATION IN AUSTRALIA
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32Anna Thompson
‘BRAINGYM’: EVALUATING THE FEASIBILITY & EFFICACY OF A NEAR COGNITIVE REMEDIATION PROGRAM IN RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE USE REHABILITATION
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33Antoinette Sedwell
SCREENING FOR COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER TREATMENT SERVICES
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34Erin Van Kley
DEVELOPMENT OF AN OPEN SOURCE PROCESSING SPEED TASK FOR BRIEF ASSESSMENT OF IMPAIRMENT IN THE FIELD
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35Megan Young
DON’T TOUCH THAT DRINK! MAKING SERIOUS COGNITIVE TESTING MORE ENGAGING FOR USE IN SUBSTANCE CONSUMER CONTEXTS
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36Tanya Wilson
MAKING ASSESSMENT OF COGNITIONS RELEVANT TO TREATMENT OUTCOME MORE ACCESSIBLE: A MEASUREMENT OF DISCOUNTING OF DELAYED REWARDS IN UNDER TWO MINUTES
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37Erin Madden
INCREASING THE UPTAKE OF EVIDENCE-BASED CARE THROUGH E-LEARNING: RESULTS FROM THE NATIONAL COMORBIDITY GUIDELINES ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM
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38Laura Robinson
PATTERNS OF EATING DISORDER BEHAVIOURS & SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS AMONG WOMEN IN TREATMENT FOR SUBSTANCE USE: A LATENT PROFILE ANALYSIS APPROACH
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39Daniel Winter
A SCOPING REVIEW OF REIMBURSEMENT PRACTICES FOR SUBSTANCE USE RESEARCH PARTICIPATION IN THE AUSTRALIAN CONTEXT
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40Kath Sutherland
INVESTING IN THE CONSUMER WORKFORCE IMPROVES THE ENGAGEMENT OF CLIENTS IN DRUG & ALCOHOL TREATMENT SERVICES
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41Neil Donnelly
ALCOHOL-RELATED EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PRESENTATIONS & PERSONS PROCEEDED AGAINST FOR ASSAULT
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42Hannah Lethbridge
ALPRAZOLAM USE & CRIMINAL ACTIVITY: A CASE-CROSSOVER STUDY
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43Ashleigh Stewart
TIME TO POLICE CONTACT FOLLOWING RELEASE FROM PRISON AMONG A COHORT OF MEN WITH INJECTING DRUG USE HISTORIES IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
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44Maja Lindegaard Moensted
DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES FOR THE MUSLIM & ARABIC SPEAKING COMMUNITY IN SYDNEY
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45Daisy Gibbs
ILLICIT DRUG USE IN AUSTRALIAN PRISONS AMONGST PEOPLE WHO REGULARLY INJECT DRUGS
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46Daisy Gibbs
RECENT USE OF ‘CAPSULES CONTENTS UNKNOWN’ AMONG A SAMPLE OF PEOPLE WHO FREQUENTLY USE ECSTASY & OTHER ILLICIT STIMULANTS IN AUSTRALIA
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47Ashleigh Stewart
KETAMINE USE AMONG PEOPLE WHO REGULARLY USE ILLICIT STIMULANTS IN AUSTRALIA: TRENDS & CHARACTERISTICS OF USE
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48Rita Brien
RESPONDING TO NEW PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES IN THE ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUGS SECTOR
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49Jennie Hutton
LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF HOMELESSNESS ON MORTALITY: A 15-YEAR AUSTRALIAN COHORT STUDY
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50Paul Dietze

HIGH-RISK DRINKING & USE OF ILLICIT DRUGS & ATTITUDES TO DRINK- & DRUG-DRIVING IN A LARGE SAMPLE OF MUSIC FESTIVAL ATTENDEES
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51Michelle CretikosTRENDS IN METHAMPHETAMINE USE & HARMS IN NSW: 2010 TO 2018
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52Samantha Colledge
FREQUENCY OF INJECTING AMONG PEOPLE WHO INJECT DRUGS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW & META-ANALYSIS
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53Elizabeth Hotham
PILL TESTING: DOES THE SCIENCE SUPPORT THE HYPE?
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54Isabelle Volpe
READY2CHANGE: PRE/POST EVALUATION OF A TELEPHONE-DELIVERED INTERVENTION FOR ALCOHOL, METHAMPHETAMINE & CANNABIS USE
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56Michael Curtis
DEMONSTRATING THE SUCCESS OF A 24-HOUR NEEDLE & SYRINGE PROGRAM IN MELBOURNE, VICTORIA
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57Gyu LeeRAMPING UP HARM REDUCTION PRACTICE IN RESIDENTIAL AOD TREATMENT PROGRAMS
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58Edmund SilinsFREE AUTOMATIC VENDING MACHINES; THE IMPACT ON FACE-TO FACE PRIMARY NSP DELIVERY
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59Phuong-Phi Le
PATIENT ACCESS TO OPIOID SUBSTITUTION TREATMENT PHARMACY & MEDICAL SERVICE PROVIDERS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA: GEOSPATIAL MAPPINGAbstract
60Tayla Degan
A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW INTO THE HEALTH LITERACY EXPERIENCES OF THOSE LIVING WITH MENTAL ILLNESS &/OR SUBSTANCE DEPENDENCE
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61Fadi Meroueh
PATIENT INTEREST IN USING NEW DEPOT FORMULATION OF BUPRENORPHINE IN PENITENTIARY CARE CENTERS IN FRANCE: RESULTS FROM THE AMBRE SURVEYAbstract
62Robert Graham
CLINICAL TRIAL PROTOCOL: A RANDOMISED, METHADONE-NALOXONE TO METHADONE STANDARD OF CARE IN ADULT OUTPATIENTS WITH OPIOID DEPENDENCE
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63Adrian Dunlop
A LITERATURE REVIEW OF OAT & IMPLICATIONS OF DEPOT BUPRENORPHINE IN CUSTODIAL SETTINGS Abstract
64Anna Do
SURVEILLANCE OF OPIOID-RELATED EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PRESENTATIONS IN NSW
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65James Wilson
EXAMINING THE DIFFERENT CONTEXTS OF EXTRAMEDICAL PHARMACEUTICAL OPIOID USE: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF PARAMEDIC RECORDS
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66Liam Acheson
OPTIMISING CARE FOR PEOPLE WHO INJECT DRUGS: A RETROSPECTIVE MEDICAL RECORD REVIEW OF STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS BACTERAEMIA TREATMENT
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67Andrew Stone
SEX, DRUGS & DRUGS: HIV, CRYSTAL METH & ARV ADHERENCE
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68Wade Longbottom
METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION & CHARACTERISTICS OF A SAMPLE OF METHAMPHETAMINE USERS: FINDINGS FROM THE NIMAC SURVEY
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69Antony Bolton
BARRIERS & ENABLERS TO THE PROVISION OF STRUCTURED HEALTHCARE TO PEOPLE WHO REGULARLY USE METHAMPHETAMINE IN GENERAL PRACTICE: A QUALITATIVE STUDY (IN PROGRESS)
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70Cheneal Puljevic
PATTERNS OF METHAMPHETAMINE PRODUCTION & USE AMONG AN INTERNATIONAL SAMPLE OF METHAMPHETAMINE ‘COOKS’
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71Krista J Siefried
A RAPID CLINICAL RESEARCH PRIORITY SETTING STUDY FOR SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER DUE TO METHAMPHETAMINE & EMERGING DRUGS OF CONCERN IN AUSTRALIA
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72Quentin Black
MAKING A DIFFERENCE - THE MATRIX METHAMPHETAMINE PROGRAM: CLIENTS RECOVERY STORIES
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73Ramez Bathish
EXAMINING OUTCOMES OF INDIVIDUALS ENTERING RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FOR METHAMPHETAMINE PROBLEMS VERSUS OTHER DRUG & ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
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74Rebecca McKetin
MENTAL HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF METHAMPHETAMINE USE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW & META-ANALYSIS
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75Rebecca McKetin
A STUDY PROTOCOL FOR THE N-ICE TRIAL: A RANDOMISED DOUBLE-BLIND PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY OF THE SAFETY & EFFICACY OF N-ACETYL-CYSTEINE AS A PHARMACOTHERAPY FOR METHAMPHETAMINE DEPENDENCE
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76Steph Kershaw
IS CRACKS IN THE ICE CHANGING KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE DRUG ‘ICE’ & ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE DRUG IN AUSTRALIA? AN EVALUATION OF THE ONLINE TOOLKIT AMONG THE AUSTRALIAN COMMUNITY
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77Greg Sutherland
DEVELOPMENT & TESTING OF AN AUDIT TOOL TO IMPROVE PRACTICE WITH INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS IN MAINSTREAM DRUG & ALCOHOL SERVICES
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78Nadine Ezard
WHAT’S IN AN APP? INCORPORATING AN AUTOMATED CONSENT PROCEDURE TO RECRUIT THOSE WHO USE METHAMPHETAMINE TO A HARM REDUCTION & EARLY INTERVENTION SMARTPHONE-BASED APPLICATION CLINICAL TRIAL
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79Olatz Lopez-fernandez
WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT GAMING DISORDER? A USEFUL OVERVIEW OF THIS NEW PROCESS ADDICTION
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80Lauren McKeogh
HOW VALID ARE SELF REPORTS OF PSYCHOSTIMULANT CONSUMPTION? COMPARISONS BETWEEN SELF-REPORT & BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES OF PSYCHOSTIMULANT USE: A METANALYSIS

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81Laila Parvaresh
COMPARISON OF OPIOID TREATMENT PROGRAM OUTPATIENT REFERRALS AT CENTRE FOR ADDICTION MEDICINE WESTERN SYDNEY LOCAL HEALTH DISTRICT, PRIOR & AFTER “UP-SCHEDULING CODEINE” POLICY, 20TH OCTOBER 2014- 20TH FEBRUARY 2019
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82Penelope Hill
LONGITUDINAL TRAJECTORIES & PREDICTORS OF NON-FATAL & FATAL OVERDOSE AMONG OPIOID-USING POPULATIONS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
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83Penelope Hill
FACTORS RELATED TO ‘NEVER OVERDOSING’ IN A COHORT OF PEOPLE WHO INJECT DRUGS IN MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
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84Elyse Kambisios
GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF OPIOID PHARMACOTHERAPY TREATMENT IN AUSTRALIA
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85Marie Longo
OPIOID CONSUMPTION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA: AN ANALYSIS OF WASTEWATER & PRESCRIPTION DATA, 2011-2018
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86Rhys Ponton
IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL MISUSE OF PRESCRIBED OPIOIDS & GABAPENTINOIDS PRIOR TO REFERRAL FOR SPECIALIST PAIN TREATMENT IN NEW ZEALAND
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87Jennifer Harland
RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE: DEVELOPMENT OF THE ASSIST-LITE IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT TRAINING RESOURCE
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88Melvin Goh
PERCEPTION & COMMUNICATION OF HEALTH RISK IN SUBSTANCE DEPENDENCE POPULATIONS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
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89Melissa Jackson
A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF TOBACCO TREATMENT INTERVENTIONS FOR PREGNANT WOMEN WHO USE TOBACCO & OTHER SUBSTANCESAbstract
90Eva Louie
APPLICATION OF THE CONSOLIDATED FRAMEWORK FOR IMPLEMENTATION RESEARCH TO EVALUATE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PATHWAYS TO COMORBIDITY CARE TRAINING PACKAGE IN DRUG & ALCOHOL SETTINGS
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91Katie Wood
THE ROLE OF CLINICAL CHAMPIONS IN FACILITATING THE USE OF EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE FOR MANAGING COMORBIDITY IN DRUG & ALCOHOL SETTINGS
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92Julaine Allan
OUTPATIENT PSYCHOSOCIAL SUBSTANCE USE TREATMENTS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: AN OVERVIEW OF REVIEWS
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93Lauren Gardner
KNOWLEDGE, PREVALENCE & CLUSTERING OF THE ‘BIG 6’ RISK BEHAVIOURS AMONG FEMALE ADOLESCENTS IN AUSTRALIA
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94Sophia Macken
BODY MAPPING: PILOTING AN APPROACH TO EXPLORE THE EXPERIENCES OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN DRUG & ALCOHOL RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT
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96Belinda Volkov
TAPPING INTO THE UNDERUTILISED RESOURCE: WORKING WITH PARENTS TO IMPROVE YOUTH AOD TREATMENT OUTCOMES
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97Bret Ryder
18-MONTH SAFETY & EFFICACY OF RBP-6000 EXTENDED-RELEASE BUPRENORPHINE FOR OPIOID USE DISORDER
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98Dayle Raftery
EXAMINING COGNITIVE INSIGHT IN PEOPLE IN TREATMENT FOR SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS
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99Emily Ross
AGED BASED DIFFERENCES IN PRINCIPAL DRUG OF CONCERN
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100Kirsten Morley
EXPLORING THE EFFICACY OF N-ACETYL CYSTEINE IN THE TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL USE DISORDER: PROTOCOL & PRELIMINARY DATA
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101Logan Harvey
EARLY MALADAPTIVE SCHEMAS & SCHEMA MODES IN AN AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC DRUG & ALCOHOL POPULATION
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102Nicole Ridley
ONE STEP FORWARD, TWO STEPS SIDEWAYS: A MODEL OF ASSERTIVE OUTREACH FOR COMPLEX COMMUNITY DRUG & ALCOHOL CLIENTS
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103Tina Lam
IS IMPROVED QUALITY OF LIFE ASSOCIATED WITH AOD TREATMENT RESPONSE? FINDINGS FROM THE PATIENT PATHWAYS TREATMENT OUTCOME STUDY
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104Tina Lam
TRENDS IN HEROIN & PHARMACEUTICAL-OPIOID RELATED HARMS IN VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA: AMBULANCE ATTENDANCES 2012-2018 & EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PRESENTATIONS 2008-2018
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105Vicki Macfarlane
A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF CLIENTS ADMITTED TO AN INPATIENT UNIT FOR SUPPORT TO WITHDRAW FROM METHAMPHETAMINE
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106Anke Van Der Sterren
SMOKING BEHAVIOURS & ATTITUDES TOWARDS TOBACCO MANAGEMENT POLICY & PRACTICES OF WORKERS IN SPECIALIST ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG SERVICES IN THE ACT
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107Anke Van Der Sterren
SATISFACTION & SELF-REPORTED OUTCOMES FOR SERVICE USERS OF SPECIALIST ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG SERVICES IN THE ACT: IMPLICATIONS OF FINDINGS FROM THE 2018 SERVICE USERS’ SATISFACTION & OUTCOMES SURVEY
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108Delyse Hutchinson
PREDICTION OF PERICONCEPTIONAL ALCOHOL USE FROM ADOLESCENCE & YOUNG ADULTHOOD: FINAL RESULTS FROM A 20-YEAR PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
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109Jennette McGrory
SUBSTANCE- USING WOMEN & PREGNANCY: EXPLORING CLIENT ENGAGEMENT & COMPLIANCE WITH HUMAN SERVICE EXPECTATIONS
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110Ann Roche
ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUGS IN AUSTRALIAN & NEW ZEALAND RAIL & ASSOCIATIONS WITH SAFETY INDICATORS
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111Rita Brien
A NOVEL APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT NEEDS IN AN AOD SERVICE
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112Ban Madubashini
EFFECTIVENESS OF A HEALTH PROMOTION INTERVENTION IN IMPROVING KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES & PRACTICES OF SCHOOLING ADOLESCENTS WHICH EMPOWERED THEM TO ADDRESS ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION & RELATED BEHAVIORS OF THEIR FATHERS LIVE IN A RURAL COMMUNITY IN SRI LANKAAbstract