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2016

Al Iede M, Nunn K, Milne B, Fitzgerald DA (2016)

The consequences of chronic cannabis smoking in vulnerable adolescents.

Paediatric Respiratory Reviews; In press(http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.prrv.2016.11.001):

2015

Cadet-James Y (2015)

Prof Yvonne Cadet-James [presentation at The Third National Cannabis Conference].

Paper presented at the The Third National Cannabis Conference. 7-9 October 2015, Melbourne

Jacups S, Rogerson B (2015)

Lifetime influences for cannabis cessation in male incarcerated Indigenous Australians.

Journal of Psychoactive Drugs; 47(2): 117-124

Lee KSK, Sukavatvibul K, Conigrave KM (2015)

Cannabis use and violence in three remote Aboriginal Australian communities: analysis of clinic presentations.

Transcultural Psychiatry; OnlineFirst(http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1363461515589047):

2013

Brennan T, Charles A, Butorac A, Cox A, Dudgeon P, Swift S (2013)

The National Empowerment Project Mildura.

Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia

2012

Howard J, Alperstein D, Cox S, Zorz H, – LINC Owen Smith (2012)

Young men and yarndi: a pilot to diffuse information on cannabis, its use and potential risks among young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

Sydney: National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre

This edition of the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre (NCPIC) bulletin provides information on the Young men and yarndi program, a camp run in New South Wales that provides young Indigenous men with information about cannabis. This report provides information on:

  • the rationale for the program
  • the theoretical underpinnings of the program
  • the aims of the program
  • how the program is operated
  • lessons learned from the program.

This report also includes the slides of a Power point presentation about the Young men and yarndi program.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Howard J, Butt J, Wright T, Norberg M, Copeland J, Wilkes T (2012)

Raising awareness about cannabis, its use and impact on health and wellbeing among Indigenous Australians.

Randwick, NSW: National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre

Hunter EM, Gynther BD, Anderson CJ, Onnis L-A L, Nelson JR, Hall W, Baune BT, Groves AR (2012)

Psychosis in Indigenous populations of Cape York and the Torres Strait.

Medical Journal of Australia; 196(2): 133-135

 
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