Chikritzhs, Tanya; Brady, Margaret
The ability of policy makers, practitioners and the broader public to respond appropriately in reducing the harms caused by alcohol misuse depends in large part on our understanding of the nature of the problem. In the case of consumption patterns and associated harms among indigenous minority peoples - in Australia and elsewhere - such an understanding is often difficult to achieve. There are a host of reasons for this including cultural differences between indigenous peoples and the broader...[Show more]
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