Evidence-based therapeutic interventions with Australian adolescents with alcohol and other drugs: A systematic literature review

Martin, J, Liddell, E, Roberts, S and Greenwood, E 2018, Evidence-based therapeutic interventions with Australian adolescents with alcohol and other drugs: A systematic literature review, Swinburne University, Hawthorn, Austraila


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Title of report Evidence-based therapeutic interventions with Australian adolescents with alcohol and other drugs: A systematic literature review
Author(s) Martin, J
Liddell, E
Roberts, S
Greenwood, E
Year of publication 2018
Publisher Swinburne University
Place of publication Hawthorn, Austraila
Subjects Health and Community Services
Counselling, Welfare and Community Services
Psychology and Cognitive Sciences not elsewhere classified
Abstract/Summary This study was commissioned by the Salvation Army Tasmania to ascertain what evidence-based knowledge is available in Australian research to inform the most effective service model and therapeutic interventions for adolescents aged 12 to 18 years, at risk of, or engaged in alcohol and other drug misuse or abuse. This report provides details of work done in scoping and refining the study topic, study rationale, defining the parameters of the literature to be included, data bases to search and key search terms. Details of the appraisal approach taken with the screening of the full-text references is followed by a synthesis of the study findings. The study found 21 relevant articles using a range of evidence-based approaches.
Commissioning body Salvation Army in Tasmania
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