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Alcohol Considering Change:        A model for alcohol diversion        programs?        Presenter: Matthew Gleesonhttp://...
Acknowledgements  Julie Bowen  Venetia Brissenden  Brandon Jones
Context• National Drug Strategy 2010 – 2015• National Illicit Drug Strategy (NIDS)
Context• Alcohol related harm• Australian Guidelines to Reduce Health Risks  From Drinking Alcohol
AlcoholConsideringChange
EvaluationMethodology The evaluation form was designed to measure: • The overall quality of the program • Participant’s se...
Registrations & Demographic Data January to December 2011...138E.O.I.                       113                        Att...
FindingsOverall Quality of program...
FindingsKnowledge of alcohol andpotential harms increased...
FindingsKnowledge of how to reduceharms of drinking...
FindingsUnderstanding of a number of strategiesthat can assist change...
FindingsConfident in making changes...      86%                      Considering reducing or                      ceasing ...
Limitations •   Self reporting •   Questions regarding future behaviour change does     not measure change outcomes
Summary  • ACC meets an otherwise unmet demand  • Appears to be effective in delivering information    about alcohol relat...
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  1. 1. Alcohol Considering Change: A model for alcohol diversion programs? Presenter: Matthew Gleesonhttp://www.facebook.com/ReGenUC @regenuc
  2. 2. Acknowledgements Julie Bowen Venetia Brissenden Brandon Jones
  3. 3. Context• National Drug Strategy 2010 – 2015• National Illicit Drug Strategy (NIDS)
  4. 4. Context• Alcohol related harm• Australian Guidelines to Reduce Health Risks From Drinking Alcohol
  5. 5. AlcoholConsideringChange
  6. 6. EvaluationMethodology The evaluation form was designed to measure: • The overall quality of the program • Participant’s self reported development of skills and knowledge that supports the reduction of potential alcohol related harms • The impact of the program upon participant’s motivation to change their alcohol use
  7. 7. Registrations & Demographic Data January to December 2011...138E.O.I. 113 Attended 11 Sessions 85%Court Directed 52% Under 24 3 Facilitators
  8. 8. FindingsOverall Quality of program...
  9. 9. FindingsKnowledge of alcohol andpotential harms increased...
  10. 10. FindingsKnowledge of how to reduceharms of drinking...
  11. 11. FindingsUnderstanding of a number of strategiesthat can assist change...
  12. 12. FindingsConfident in making changes... 86% Considering reducing or ceasing alcohol use... 57%
  13. 13. Limitations • Self reporting • Questions regarding future behaviour change does not measure change outcomes
  14. 14. Summary • ACC meets an otherwise unmet demand • Appears to be effective in delivering information about alcohol related harms and strategies for reducing these harms • May be effective in supporting behaviour change • Further evaluation is required
  15. 15. Questions

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