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Publications & Resources

34 Publications

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I've had a pretty tough life but that's not why I do this’: narratives of autonomy and control among alcohol and drug service-engaged early teenagers.

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

MacLean, S.J., Bruun, A. & Mallet, S. (2013). ‘I've had a pretty tough life but that's not why I do this’: narratives of autonomy and control among alcohol and drug service-engaged early teenagers. Journal of Youth Studies, 16-2, 206-221.

 

Bonds and bridges: Perspectives of service-engaged young people on the value of relationships in addressing alcohol and other drug issues.

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

Green, R., Mitchell, P.F. & Bruun, A. (2012). Bonds and bridges: Perspectives of service-engaged young people on the value of relationships in addressing alcohol and other drug issues. Journal of Youth Studies, 1-20, iFirst article.

Designing evidence-based treatments for youth with multiple and complex needs: a modular practice-elements approach

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

Mitchell, P.F. (2012). Designing evidence-based treatments for youth with multiple and complex needs: a modular practice-elements approach. Advances in Dual Diagnosis, 5(3), 122-137.

Organizational culture, intersectoral collaboration, and mental health care

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

Mitchell, P. F. & Pattison, P. E. (2012). Organizational culture, intersectoral collaboration, and mental health care. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 26(1), 32-59.

Evidence-based practice in real-world services for young people with complex needs: new opportunities suggested by recent implementation science.

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

Mitchell, P. F. (2011). Evidence-based practice in real-world services for young people with complex needs: new opportunities suggested by recent implementation science. Children and Youth Services Review, 33, 207-216.

 

The wrongs of protection: Balancing protection and participation in research with marginalised young people

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

Daley, K. (In Press). The wrongs of protection: Balancing protection and participation in research with marginalised young people. Journal of Sociology, published Online First, 8th May 2013. DOI: 10.1177/1440783313482365.

 

Gathering sensitive stories: Using care theory to guide ethical decision-making in research interviews with young people

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

Daley, K. (2012). Gathering sensitive stories: Using care theory to guide ethical decision-making in research interviews with young people. Youth Studies Australia, 31, 3, 27-34.

 

Moving On: Young People and Substance Abuse.

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

Daley, K. & Chamberlain, C. (2009). Moving On: Young People and Substance Abuse. Youth Studies Australia, 28, 4, 35-43.

 

Where to from here? Guiding for mental health for young people with complex needs.

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

Bruun, A. & Hynan, C. (2006). Where to from here? Guiding for mental health for young people with complex needs. Youth Studies Australia, 25 (1), 19-27.

 

Treatment’ to ‘Care’: Developing Youth Drug Treatment Services Using a Social Model of Health

Journal articles (non-peer reviewed)

Rogers, N. (April 2008). From ‘Treatment’ to ‘Care’: Developing Youth Drug Treatment Services Using a Social Model of Health. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 14 (1), 52-58.

 

You can’t pull yourself up by the bootstraps if you have no boots

Journal articles (peer reviewed)

Bruun, A. & Mitchell, P. (2012). ‘You can’t pull yourself up by the bootstraps if you have no boots’: The vital role of resources and assets in shaping the development of young people with multiple and complex needs. New Paradigm, Spring/Summer, 28-33. Rogers, N. (Sept 2005). Bridging the Gap: Enhancing co-morbidity services for young people. Parity, 18 (8) 10-11.

 

 

A guide to assisting young people experiencing ATS related problems.

Books and Book Chapters

Bruun, A., Ennis, D., Wansbrough, H., Green, R., & Mitchell, P. (2012). A guide to assisting young people experiencing ATS related problems. In S. Allsop & N. Lee (Eds.), Perspectives on amphetamine-type stimulants. Melbourne: I. P. Communications.

 

Effective Practice for Young People Experiencing Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Harm.

Books and Book Chapters

Bruun, A. (2008). Effective Practice for Young People Experiencing Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Harm. In D. Moore & P. Dietze (Eds.), Drugs and Public Health: Australian Perspectives on Policy and Practice. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

 

Literature Review for Model Development.

Other Resources

Allen, N., Bonomo, Y., Cementon, E., Lubman, D., & Rogers, N. DYADS Report #2: Literature Review for Model Development. Melbourne: YSAS, Orygen, DASwest, and Beyondblue.

Literature Review for Model Development.

Other Resources

Allen, N., Bonomo, Y., Cementon, E., Lubman, D., & Rogers, N. DYADS Report #3: Literature Review for Model Development. Melbourne: YSAS, Orygen, DASwest, and Beyondblue.

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