Susanna Galea

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The 26th December 2004 saw a disaster brought on by massive waves - the Asian Tsunami. Millions of people died or were affected to varying degrees. The mental health aftermath did not only hit the Tsunami affected areas but it also sent ripples globally. Financial and humanitarian aid was overwhelming. This review brings together the mental health(More)
BACKGROUND Screening for alcohol misuse and brief interventions (BIs) for harm in trauma care settings are known to reduce alcohol intake and injury recidivism, but are rarely implemented. We created the content for a mobile phone text message BI service to reduce harmful drinking among patients admitted to hospital following an injury who screen positive(More)
INTRODUCTION AND AIMS The role of community pharmacists in the provision of opioid substitution treatment (OST) is pivotal and integral to addiction treatment. An online training program for pharmacists in OST management was piloted in New Zealand in 2010, following recognition of the difficulty in recruitment and retention of community pharmacists to(More)
David A L Newcombe1,2*, Natalie Walker1,3, Janie Sheridan1,4 and Susanna Galea1,2,5 1The Centre for Addiction Research, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. 2The School of Population Health, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand 3National Institute for Health(More)
2009;72;1190-1191 Neurology Kalbfleisch, K. Langa and S. Galea Mark R. Goldstein, Luca Mascitelli, Francesca Pezzetta, M.N. Haan, C. Cramer, J. IMPAIRMENT WITHOUT DEMENTIA IN A COHORT STUDY USE OF STATINS AND INCIDENCE OF DEMENTIA AND COGNITIVE This information is current as of April 6, 2009 located on(More)
The purpose of this paper is to describe the development and initial accomplishments of a training program of young leaders in community mental health research as part of a Latin American initiative known as RedeAmericas. RedeAmericas was one of five regional 'Hubs' funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to improve community mental health(More)
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