Professor Nicole Lee

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Nicole Lee is Adjunct Professor at the National Drug Research Institute and Director at 360Edge, a specialist consultancy for the alcohol and other drug sector. Her focus in the sector is on the translation of research to practice and policy. Her main interest is in methamphetamine practice and policy responses and in comorbidity treatment. She has worked in the alcohol and other drug sector for 25 years, as clinician, academic, educator and service manager. Nicole is a practicing psychologist, and is the National President of the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy.

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McKetin, R., Degenhardt, L., Shanahan, M., Baker, A., L., Lee, N. and Lubman, D. (2018). Health service utilisation attributable to methamphetamine use in Australia: Patterns, predictors and national impact. Drug and Alcohol Review, 37, (2), pp. 196-204. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12518 [RJ1296] View web page

McKetin, R., Kothe, A., Baker, A., Lee, N., Ross, J. and Lubman, D. (2018). Predicting abstinence from methamphetamine use after residential rehabilitation: Findings from the Methamphetamine Treatment Evaluation Study (MATES). Drug and Alcohol Review, 37, (1), pp. 70-78. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12528 [RJ1289] View web page

Stuart, A., Baker, A., Bowman, J., McCarter, K., Denham, A., Lee, N., Colyvas, K. and Dunlop, A. (2017). Protocol for a systematic review of psychological treatment for methamphetamine use: An analysis of methamphetamine use and mental health symptom outcomes. BMJ Open, 7, (9). DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015383 [RJ1368] View web page

Lee, N., Roche, A., Duraisingam, V., Fischer, J. and Cameron, J. (2014). Effective interventions for mental health in male-dominated workplaces. Mental Health Review Journal, 19, (4), pp. 237-250. DOI: 10.1108/MHRJ-09-2014-0034 [RJ1186] View web page

Allsop, S. and Lee, N. (eds.) (2012). Perspectives on Amphetamine-Type Stimulants. IP Communications, Melbourne. ISBN: 9780980864991 [M77]

Allsop, S. and Lee, N. (2012). Amphetamine type Stimulants. Harms and Responses. In Allsop, S. and Lee, N. (eds.) Perspectives on Amphetamine-Type Stimulants. I.P. Communications, Melbourne. ISBN: 978-0-9808649-9-1 [CH188]

Allsop, S., Lee, N. and Barratt, M., J. (2012). Part 2: Personal perspectives. In Allsop, S. and Lee, N. (eds.) Perspectives on Amphetamine-Type Stimulants. I.P. Communications, Melbourne. pp. 117-158. ISBN: 978-0-9808649-9-1 [CH181]

MacAvoy, M., Donovan, R., Jalleh, G., Saunders, B., Wutzke, S., Lee, N., Kaner, E., Heather, N., McCormick, R., Barfod, S. and Gache, P. (2001). General Practitioners, Prevention and Alcohol - A Powerful Cocktail? Facilitators and inhibitors of practising preventive medicine in general and early intervention for alcohol in particular: a 12-nation key informant and general practitioner study. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 8, (2), pp. 103-117. [RJ519]

Lee, N., Caporilli, O., Connolly, K. and Barratt, M., J. (2004). Brief interventions for substance use. Intervention Guidelines. Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, Fitzroy, Victoria. [R]