Interventions for Alcohol related Violence-AIMhi START study

R Jayaraj, T Nagel

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    Abstract

    The incidence of facial trauma among Australian Indigenous peoples in the Northern Territory is the highest in the world. Alcohol-related trauma is the most frequent cause of such presentations. The average age of Indigenous people with facial fractures attending the maxillofacial surgery department at Royal Darwin Hospital is under 30 years. Violent assault - related facial fractures among Indigenous young adults who misuse alcohol are thus a major mental health concern. This abstract focuses on alcohol-related facial fractures in the Northern Territory and discusses progress of the intervention study Screening and Treatment of Alcohol Related Trauma (START) Brief Inventions trial which is testing effectiveness of a culturally adapted brief intervention in this setting.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2011
    EventAnnual Australian Society for Medical Research National Scientific Conference: Indigenous Health: Action on Prevention - Cairns Convention Centre, Cairns, Australia
    Duration: 13 Nov 201116 Nov 2011
    Conference number: 50th
    https://asmr.org.au/

    Conference

    ConferenceAnnual Australian Society for Medical Research National Scientific Conference
    Abbreviated titleASMR National Scientific Conference
    CountryAustralia
    CityCairns
    Period13/11/1116/11/11
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    Jayaraj, R., & Nagel, T. (2011). Interventions for Alcohol related Violence-AIMhi START study. Abstract from Annual Australian Society for Medical Research National Scientific Conference, Cairns, Australia.