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ATDC Conference 2014 Visions and Values: Setting the scene for the future

The ATDC 2014 Conference, Visions and Values: Setting the scene for the future, was held at Hobart’s Hotel Grand Chancellor on 7-8 May, 2014 and offered a wide range of excellent plenary, breakout and workshop sessions to provoke thought about what the future holds for the way our services conduct their business.

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Below is a list of presenters and their presentations.  We have permission to publish the presentations for most of these; click on the presentation title to access these.

 

Beau Kilmer, Co-Director, RAND Drug Policy Research Center, USA

Design Considerations for Legalising Cannabis: Starting with the Eight Ps

RAND prefers that presentations not be posted, but the papers to which Beau referred are online

7 Key Questions on Marijuana Legalization

Developing Public Health Regulations for Marijuana:  Lessons from Alcohol and Tobacco

 

Dr Adrian Carter, National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Research Fellow, Centre for Clinical Research, University of Queensland

Addiction Neuroethics: The Promises and Perils of Neuroscience Research of Addiction

 

Associate Professor Robert Ali, Director, School of Medical Sciences, University of Adelaide

At the Crossroads: What Can We Do to Increase Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Dependence?

 

Monika Petschar, Bill McGarry, Phyllis Sorour, Alcohol and Drug Service

A Pharmacotherapy Journey: Designing the Map

 

Chief Magistrate Michael Hill, Magistrates Court of Tasmania

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Courts: A Vital Part in the Battle to End Recidivist Drink Driving

 

Professor Sharon Dawe, Research Professor, Australian Centre for Child Protection, South Australia and Griffith University

Using the Integrated Framework as the Basis for Case Conceptualisation in High Risk Families

Professor Dawe does not wish here presentation published on the ATDC website, however the following paper is available online

Improving outcomes for children living in families with parental substance misuse: What do we know and what should we do

 

Kate Fish, Advocacy Tasmania

From TOPP to Bottom: The Unintended Consequences of Pharmacotherapy Policy in Tasmania

 

Beau Kilmer, RAND Drug Policy Research Center (USA)

A New Approach to Reducing Drunk Driving, Domestic Violence, and Other Alcohol-Related Problems: Insights from South Dakota’s 24/7 Sobriety Program

RAND prefers that presentations not be posted, but the papers to which Beau referred are online

Efficacy of Frequent Monitoring with Swift, Certain, and Modest Sanctions for Violations:  Insights from South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Project

 

Paul Aiken, UnitingCare ReGen, Victoria

Improving Treatment, Consumer Participation and Advocacy with Web-based Approaches: Challenges and Opportunities for AOD Services

 

Amanda Quealy, The Hobart Clinic

Association Alcohol Disorders in Older Adults: Common but Unrecognised

 

Tanya Zollner, Advocacy Tasmania & Michelle Swallow, Leadership and Change Consultants

Consumer Leadership: Getting Ready for the Future

 

Tony Trimmingham, Family Drug Support

Family Inclusiveness with Alcohol and Drug Services for Better Outcomes

 

Lynne Maher, Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Council of Tasmania & Penny Glover, The Salvation Army Bridge Program

Competent, Capable and Cost Effective: Innovative and Strategic Approaches to Team Development

 

Professor Carla Treloar, Deputy Director, Centre for Social Research in Health, University of New South Wales

“You’ve Got Control of the Pump”: The Importance of Trust in the Drug Treatment Clinic

 

Brad Pearce, Program Manager, Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association (VAADA)

Victorian AOD Sector Reform: Back to the Future

 

Louise Dewis, Alcohol & Drug Service

Characteristics of Over the Counter (OTC) Codeine Users in a Community AOD Clinic

 

Dr Chris Wake, Correctional Primary Health Services

Prisoners as Complex Clients. What is the Future of Drug and Alcohol Services to this Group?

 

Associate Professor Raimondo Bruno, University of Tasmania

Harm Reduction with Syringe Filters: An Update on the Evidence

 

Jasmine MacDonald & Taryn Humphries, Charles Sturt University

Placing Regional Students on the Agenda: A Study of Attitudes Toward Alcohol and Consumption Patterns

 

Dr David Onu, Forensic Health Services

Death the Ultimate Disadvantage

 

Amy Peacock, University of Tasmania

Alcohol Mixed with Energy Drinks: Is There an Evidence-base for Future Policy Reform and Regulation?

 

Dion Butler, Alcohol & Drug Service

From One Community to Another: Throughcare from the Justice System into Mainstream Society

 

Deborah Siddall, Forensic Health Services

Hepatitis B Vaccination with Tasmanian Prisons: Prevention Better than Cure

 

Jane Moreton, Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association

Developing Trauma-informed Care in the Victorian AOD Sector

 

Peter Cairns, Forensic Health Services

The Correlates of Terminal Liver Disease: A Case Study

 

Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron & Terese Henning, University of Tasmania

Recidivist Drink Driving: A Specialist Court for Tasmania?

 

Professor Sharon Dawe, Research Professor, Australian Centre for Child Protection, University of South Australia and Griffith University

Does Maternal Substance Abuse Lead to Poor Child Outcome? A Consideration of the Mediating Role of Maternal Psychopathology

Professor Dawe does not wish here presentation published on the ATDC website, however the following paper is available online

Improving outcomes for children living in families with parental substance misuse: What do we know and what should we do