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Place-based frameworks for the evaluation and monitoring of Alcohol Management Plans

This research project develops a place-based framework to monitor and measure the impact and effectiveness of Alcohol Management Plans (AMPs) and other alcohol initiatives in the NT.

Photo courtesy of Menzies School of Health Research - Northern Territory Community

Photo courtesy of Menzies School of Health Research - Northern Territory community

Professor Richard Midford

Chief Investigator: Professor Richard Midford

Duration: January 2014 - June 2016

Partners: Northern Territory Government

This research project develops a place-based framework to monitor and measure the impact and effectiveness of Alcohol Management Plans (AMPs) and other alcohol initiatives in the NT.

The framework will provide a sustainable model for monitoring and evaluating AMPs by identifying appropriate indicators, streamlining data collection and analysis, and developing formats for collecting and reporting data in a relevant and meaningful way for local communities.

It will compile administrative datasets for quantitative analysis. The framework will include a substantial community data component comprised of relevant quantitative community indicators and qualitative indicators reflecting the perceptions of community members.

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