Progressing a localised Alcohol and Other Drug Workforce Development Strategy 2019-2022: Consultation report and recommendations: Developed for Brisbane South Primary Health Network (PHN) by The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University

Jane A. Fischer, Ann M. Roche, Allan Trifonoff

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    Abstract

    In 2019, the Brisbane South Primary Health Network (PHN) commissioned the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University, to undertake a set of tasks to inform the development of an alcohol and other drug (AOD) workforce development (WFD) strategy. These tasks comprised:
    • Conducting an analysis of current WFD activities and previous evaluation recommendations available in the Brisbane South PHN region
    • Consulting with stakeholders in the Brisbane South PHN region, including higher education providers and government and non-government organisations
    • Focusing on AOD workforce capacity and capability development, including the lived experience workforce
    • Delivering a comprehensive Report that incorporates an overview of current state and national strategies and provides recommendations that will inform future workforce development planning that is responsive to the needs of people experiencing problematic substance use and their supporters.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherNational Centre for Education and Training on Addiction, Flinders University.
    Commissioning bodyBrisbane South Primary Health Network
    Number of pages77
    Publication statusPublished - Dec 2019

    Keywords

    • workforce development
    • Alcohol and drug

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