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This presentation will report on the findings of research that examined the experiences of 31 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal inmates undertaking prison based alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment.
The study is the first qualitative research of its kind whereby inmates undertaking treatment were interviewed. This work includes a systematic review of international peer reviewed literature published between 1995 and 2015 reporting on prison-based AOD treatment.
The research will be presented by Michael Doyle, a PhD candidate working in the Justice Health Research Program at the Kirby Institute. Mr Doyle is an early career Aboriginal researcher in the alcohol and drug field with a particular interest in prisoner heath.
Please RSVP via the contact details below by 2nd December 2016.