Substance dependency; Interventions for Indigenous people, what works where, how and for whom. A Critical Realist Syntheis

Author: Lesleigh Hayes

Hayes, Lesleigh, 2017 Substance dependency; Interventions for Indigenous people, what works where, how and for whom. A Critical Realist Syntheis , Flinders University, School of Health Sciences

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Abstract

The pandemic of substance dependency continues to spread across the world. Among colonised Indigenous populations, the incidence and prevalent also continues to grow, but with starling results. There is a need to understand what makes one intervention successful and another not, why one fails with one group and brings success with another.

Keywords: Substance dependency, Indigenous, interventions
Subject: Public Health thesis

Thesis type: Professional Doctorate
Completed: 2017
School: School of Health Sciences
Supervisor: PAUL WARD