Title, Synopsis and Publications Investigators and Collaborators
The effects of substance use in Australian women (born 1989-1995; and 1973-1978) on health, wellbeing and mental health.
Understanding the prevalence of substance use in women as well as changes in use across the generations, will assist health workers and policy makers to provide substance use treatments that are more appropriate for women.This project has three studies that explore self-reported substance use in Australian women in the 1973-1978 and 1989-1995 cohorts. The first study is a longitudinal study and will investigate substance use. The second study will compare substance use between the 73-78 and the 89-95 cohorts. The third study will explore the impacts of substance use on women’s health, wellbeing and mental health.

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Mrs Peta Forder
Dr Kylie Bailey
Dr Julia Dray
Dr Tazeen Majeed
Dr Eliza Skelton
Dr Beth Mah
Ms Natalile Sinclair