Preliminary SHAHRP Dissemination Study

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  • Project status: Completed
  • Start date: June 2002
  • Expected end date: December 2002
  • Completion date: December 2002
  • Funded by: NDRI
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Prior to undertaking the dissemination of the SHAHRP study to Australian schools, the National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) conducted a preliminary study identifying effective dissemination processes. This study involved: 1) a systematic literature review of dissemination processes and effectiveness in addiction, public health and health promotion programs. 2) key informant interviews with the different education sectors in all of states to identify correct process for approaching each organisation. Key informant interviews with manager/teacher trainers from each State/Territory for each education sector (government, independent and catholic). The fundamental aim of this preliminary work was to identify what motivates the different groups to take on board a new program with proven effectiveness, how to go about 'marketing' it to them and what is the ideal process for adoption of a new program. This work has informed the dissemination of the SHAHRP program.

Name & Contact Details Role Research Program Location
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Associate Professor Nyanda McBride
Tel: 61 (0)8 9266 1600
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Principal Investigator

Prevention and early intervention


  • Project staff: Katie Scott, Curtin University

This project aligns with the following Sustainable Development Goals and Targets: