This study aims to better understand the ways in which cultural norms and social attitudes interact and influence drinking patterns and mental health among lesbian, bisexual and same-sex attracted women.
This project aims to explore alcohol and energy drink (AED) consumption patterns among consumers, including the contexts within which AEDs are drunk, the risks and harms associated with AED consumption and the impact for emergency services.
The project will evaluate the impact and effectiveness of the public drinking bans to inform policies and practices of police and local governments.
This research aims to measure various adverse effects attributable to the drinking of others on children and describe the demographic and other characteristics of those households where children have been affected by child maltreatment.
This project will determine the factors and correlates associated with alcohol-related violence in licensed venues and night-time entertainment precincts across five Australian cities.
This Australian component of an international project investigates gender and cultural differences in drinking behaviour and its adverse effects.
This study will collate and analyse historical data on alcohol consumption and mortality in Australia from 1907 to 2005.
This project examines how the number and type of alcohol outlets in local areas affects rates of harm (including violence, heavy drinking and chronic disease).
This project includes a range of analyses concerning the social classification and handling of drugs.
This Australian Research Council-funded project involves analysis of survey data and interviews with 60 young adults in two local government areas; Hume in the outer-north and Yarra in the inner-north of Melbourne. It involves a range of collaborating organisations and is intended to provide evidence to support local government alcohol policy development.