NCETA Team Shines at APSAD 23

November 2023

The NCETA team were proud to be actively involved in the APSAD 23 Conference in November.

The NCETA exhibition booth that was a hub of activity, providing participants with our latest publications, some take home giveaways and some of our most popular educational materials, including the ‘Feeling Deadly Working Deadly Resource Kit’ (email us if you forgot to grab your copy!).

Our team presented talks in five different sessions and had two posters on display. The abstracts for the topics presented below can be found in the Drug and Alcohol Review Volume 42 at:

  • ‘Parents’ perceptions and intentions to provide zero-alcohol beverages to adolescents’ (page 537). Presented by Dr Ashlea Bartram.
  • ‘Understanding Australian parent’s supply of alcohol to adolescents: A national survey guided by the theory of planned behaviour’ (page 545). Presented by Prof Jacqueline Bowden.
  • ‘Expert perspectives on embedding smoking cessation into an Australian lung cancer screening program’ (page 585). Presented by Nathan Harrison.
  • ‘Assessing our educational foundations: A scoping review of Australian alcohol and other drug-specific vocational education and training provider and program attributes’ (page S125). Presented by Armin Muminovic.
  • ‘It’s very much about you as a role model, and your responsibilities as a parent: Parent’s perspectives on adolescent alcohol provision messaging’ (page S130). Presented by Christina Norris.
  • ‘Alcohol, tobacco and other drug screening tools for mothers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander babies and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with chronic diseases or mental health concerns’ (S131). Presented by Christina Norris.

The NCETA team would like to congratulate the APSAD organisers and fellow participants on a fabulous event. We also thank everyone who engaged with our presentations by asking questions and providing comments. See you in Canberra!