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PhD Candidate: Hayley Passmore PhD Title: Improving the management of young people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) in detention Summary Health and justice professionals across Australia are urging for an increase in services to better ...

Page last updated 22 May 2018

PhD Candidate: Sharynne Hamilton PhD Title: Talking, Hearing, Understanding, Knowing: A qualitative exploration of the experiences of justice-involved youth undergoing assessment for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in a juvenile detention centre   ...

Page last updated 22 May 2018

PhD Candidate: Natalie Kippin PhD Title: Communication, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, and youth justice Summary Communication competency is of significant vulnerability for young people in youth justice, and youth people living with FASD. ...

Page last updated 22 May 2018

Project lead: Lead Investigator: Professor Heather Douglas T. C. Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland Investigators: Dr Janet Hammill, Professor Wayne Hall Centre for Clinical Research, University of Queensland and Ms Elizabeth Russell ...

Page last updated 22 May 2018

This project aimed to translate previous research into educational resources for justice professionals. The project built upon work which identified what justice professionals knew about FASD, how this impacted on their work, what information they ...

Page last updated 15 May 2018

The aim of the study is to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of two interventions to improve the identification and management of young people with Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) in the Banksia Hill Detention Centre. The two ...

Page last updated 25 June 2018

The aim of this project was to: assess justice professionals' awareness and knowledge of FASD assess the perceived impact of FASD on their practice identify justice professionals' information needs Project lead: Telethon Kids Institute Contact:  ...

Page last updated 15 May 2018