Dr Charlotte de Crespigny
- Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs: Clinical Guidelines for Nurses & Midwives. 2012. Version 3. - ATOD_Clinical_Guidelines_for_Nurses_and_Midwives_FINAL_2012_V3.pdf [3.2MB] (application/pdf)
- Department_of_Health_&_Ageing_-Comorbidity_Action_in_the_North_(Can)_Launch.mht [213.6K] (message/rfc822 7bit)
Categories Aboriginal & Indigenous Issues, Drugs Expertise Coordinated Aboriginal mental health care (CAMHC). Comorbidity Action in the North (CAN) thehe trajectory and experience of care of people with comorbidity Over-the- Counter Analgesic Use by Aboriginal People Alcohol: women and licensed premises. Heatwaves: impact on homeless people with mental illness, alcohol & drug conditions Notes My particular areas of interest are: 1. young and older women?s alcohol issues 2. over-the-counter analgesic use amongst vulnerable groups 3. comorbidity of alcohol, drug and mental health problems 4. workers at the `coal face?: safely managing intoxicated people at risk 5. improving systems/ service provision and models of practice to improve access to equitable mental health and drug and Mobile 0434019403 After hours 0434019403
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Entry last updated: Sunday, 17 Jan 2021