The ATODA Monograph Series enables communication of relevant bodies of work to a wide audience—alcohol, tobacco and other drug researchers, policy workers, practitioners, consumers and their friends and families in the ACT and region.
The first Monograph in the series is the report from the project, ‘Reducing smoking in the ACT among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who are pregnant or who have young children’ (March 2015).
The second Monograph in the series is the report from the ACT Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Workforce Qualification and Remuneration Profile 2014 (2015).
The third Monograph in the series is the report from the Strengthening Specialist Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment and Support: Needs and Priorities for the ACT 2016–2017. An independent expert paper for the ACT Primary Health Network’s Baseline Needs Assessment.
The fourth Monograph in the series is the report from the Service User Satisfaction and Outcomes Survey 2015: A census of people accessing specialist alcohol and other drug services in the ACT.
The fifth Monograph in the series is The specialist alcohol, tobacco and other drug sector: a description and examination of treatment and support approaches.
The sixth Monograph in the series is the report on the ACT Alcohol and Other Drug Safer Families Program 2017 – 2021: Design, Model, Implementation Plan and Evaluation Framework.
The report was submitted to ACT Health in December 2017, and is pending public release. For information visit the Project page (hyperlink to http://www.atoda.org.au/research-scope-and-design-a-pilot-project-safer-families/)
The seventh Monograph in the series is the Secondary Analysis of 2015-16 ACT Data reported to the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services National Minimum Data Set (AODTS-NMDS).
The eighth Monograph in the series is the ACT Alcohol and Other Drug Workforce Profile 2017: Qualifications, Remuneration and Well-being.
The ninth Monograph in the series is the Service Users’ Satisfaction and Outcomes Survey 2018: A census of people accessing specialist alcohol and other drug services in the ACT.