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Dr Ali Marsh
Home - School of Psychology and Speech Pathology - Faculty of Health Sciences - Curtin University of Technology
Doctor Ali Marsh
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Dr Ali MarshSenior LecturerMarsh, A. & Loxley, W. (1992).Coffee Shops and Clinics: Research with Injecting Drug Users.Australian Journal of Public Health 16(2): 182-187.Marsh, A., Loxley, W., Hawkes, D & Quigley, A. (1995).Changes in HIV/AIDS Risk Behaviour in Perth Injecting Drug users 1989-1990.Australian Drug and Alcohol Review.Marsh, A., & Saunders, B. (2000).Impaired control over drinking: Perceptions of social and treatment drinkers.Addiction Research, 8(3), 243-265.Marsh, A., Smith, L., Piek, J. & Saunders, B. (2003).The psychometric properties of the Purpose in Life Scale when used with social and treatment drinkers.Educational and Psychological Measurement, 63(5), 859-871.Marsh, A., Smith, L., Saunders, B. & Piek, J. (2002).The psychometric properties of the Impaired Control Scale when used with social and treatment drinkers.Addiction, 97, 1339-1346.Marsh, A., & Dale, A. (2005).Risk factors for alcohol and other drug disorders: A review.Australian Psychologist, 40(2), 72-79.Loxley, W., Marsh, A., Hawkes, D.V. & Quigley, A. (1992).HIV-risk behaviours among injecting drug users in Perth: The Australian national AIDS and injecting drug use study.Medical Journal of Australia, 156(10): 187-692.Loxley, W., Watt, P., Kosky, M., Westlund, G., Watson, C. & Marsh A. (1991).Western Australian initiatives to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS among injecting drug users International Journal on Drug Policy , 2(4): 13-16. Loxley, W., Marsh, A. & Lo, S.K (1991).Age and injecting drug use in Western Australia: The Australian National AIDS and Injecting Drug Use Study.AIDS CARE, 3(3): 315-324.Saunders, B., & Marsh, A. (1999).Harm reduction and the use of currently illegal drugs: Some assumptions and dilemmas.International Journal of Substance Use, 4(1): 3-9.Publications (Book):BOOKMarsh, A., & Dale, A. (in press, accepted February 2005).Addiction counselling: An integrated cognitive behavioural and interpersonal approach.Melbourne: IP Communications.BOOK CHAPTERSMarsh, A., & Loxley, W. (1994).HIV/AIDS risk behaviour among Perth women injecting illicit drugs.D.Broom (Ed).Double Bind: Women affected by alcohol and other drugs.Australia: Allen & Unwin Pty Ltd.Marsh, A. (1996).Young people with drug problems: Why some and not others.In Wilkinson, C & Saunders, B. (Eds.) Perspectives on addiction: Making sense of the issues.Marsh, A. (in press, accepted January 2004).Co-occurring drug and personality disorders.In S. Allsop & B. Saunders (Eds.) Co-occurring drug and psychological disorders.Melbourne: IP Communications.Marsh, A. (in press, accepted March 2005).Co-occurring posttraumatic stress disorder and drug disorders.In S. Allsop & B. Saunders (Eds.) Co-occurring drug and psychological disorders.Melbourne: IP Communications.Loxley, W. & Marsh, A. (1992).Behavioural trends in a longitudinal study of injecting drug users.In: White, J. (Ed) Drug Problems in our Society: Dimensions and Perspectives.Drug and Alcohol Services Council.Parkside, South Australia (p396-401).Publications (Other):REPORTS:Marsh, A. and Loxley, W. (1991).The Australian National AIDS and Injecting Drug Use Study: Perth, 1989.Perth: National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, 1991. Marsh, A. and Loxley, W. (1991).Women at Risk of HIV/AIDS: Unsafe Behaviour Among Women Illicit Injecting Drug Users in Perth.Perth: National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse. Marsh, A., and Loxley, W. (1992).The Australian National AIDS and Injecting Drug Use Study, Perth: Differences between 1989 and 1990.National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse.Perth: Curtin University of Technology.Dale, A. & Marsh, A. (1999).A review of the evidence-based practice regarding the treatment of problem drug use.Produced for West Australian Drug Abuse Strategy Office.WA.Dale, A. & Marsh, A. (1999).A guide for counsellors working with problem drug users.Levels 1-3.Produced for West Australian Drug Abuse Strategy Office.WA.Loxley, W., Marsh, A., and McDonald, C. (1992).Injecting Drug Use in Perth: The Australian National AIDS and Injecting Drug Use Study 1989-1990.National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse.Perth: Curtin University of Technology.Loxley, W., McDonald, C., and Marsh, A. (1992).The Australian National AIDS and Injecting Drug Use Study, Perth, 1990.National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse.Perth: Curtin University of Technology.Loxley, W., Marsh, A. & McDonald, C. (1992).Injecting drug use in Perth: The Australian National AIDS and Injecting Drug Use Study 194849-1990.Summary Report.National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse.Perth: Curtin University of Technology.Ovendon, C., Marsh, A. & Loxley, W. (1993).Problematic drug use: Factors associated with heavy drug use and injecting drug use in adolescents.National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse.Perth: Curtin University of Technology. (Not available for distribution).ARTICLES: NOT PEER REVIEWEDLambert, R., & Marsh, A. (1999).Workers and harm reduction: Who?s using what and why?A cross-sectional study of metropolitan youth workers in Western Australia.Youth Studies Australia, 18(3), 30-36.Marsh, A. (1991) Treatment works: truth or trick.Drugwise, July.Marsh, A. (1992).What makes treatment work?A client's perspective.Drug and Alcohol Review, 11 (1): 94-95.Marsh, A. (1993).Hepatitis C. Environmental Health.Autumn 8(5):23-25.Marsh, A. (1997) Problem drug use by young people: Why does it happen?Drugwise, October.Marsh, A. (1999).Drug Law Reform: Why is it needed?Drugwise, Autumn, 61-63. Marsh, A. (1999).Drug use by university students: How should we respond?Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Student Services Association, 13, 99-107.Marsh, A. (1999).Postcards from the edge.Survival Diary 99, Curtin University Guild.Conference Presentations:Marsh, A. (2000).The role of meaning in impaired control over drinking.Paper presented at the Meaning in New Millenium conference, Vancouver, Canada, July 13-17, 2000.Marsh, A. & Loxley, W. Gathering information from illicit drug users: research methodologies with injecting drug users.Presented at the 5th Mandurah Addiction Symposium.Mandurah, WA, December 1990.Marsh, A. and Loxley, W. Women at Risk of HIV/AIDS: Unsafe Behaviour Among Women Illicit Injecting Drug Users in Perth.Paper presented at 1991 National Women and Drugs Conference, Melbourne, 10-12 February, 1991 .Marsh, A., and Loxley, W. Picks and Policy in Perth.Paper Presented to the 3rd International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm.Melbourne, 23-27 March, 1992.Marsh, A. Harm Reduction and illegal drugs: Some dilemmas.Paper presented to the 13th Mandurah Addiction Symposium.7-8 October, 1998.Marsh, A. Drug use: Reducing the harm.Keynote paper presented to the Association of Heads of University Colleges and Halls Inc.Annual National Conference 28 September to 2nd October, 1998.Marsh, A. What happens when prohibition is effective?Or squeezing the balloon Paper presented at the 10th International Conference on the Reduction of Drug Related Harm, Geneva, 21-25th March, 1999.Marsh, A. Responding to illicit drug use: New approaches.Paper presented at the 40th Annual Australian Medical Students Association Convention, Perth, 7 July, 1999.Marsh, A., Dyer, K., Towers, T., Quigley, A., Newcombe, K., Davies, S., King, B., & Lemaic, J. (2001) Next Step Specialist Youth Service: an overview of treatment practice and outcome.Paper presented to the 3rd Australian Professional Society for Alcohol and other Drugs Conference, Sydney, October 29-31, 2001.Marsh, A., Battle, C., & Vicary, D. (2001).Parents on methadone maintenance: perceived needs of parenting assistance.Paper presented at the 3rd Australian Professional Society for Alcohol and other Drugs Conference, Sydney, October 29-31, 2001.Marsh, A. & Dale, A. (2001).Development of evidence-based counselling resources for drug workers.Poster presented at the 3rd Australian Professional Society for Alcohol and other Drugs Conference, Sydney, October 29-31,2001Marsh, A. (2003).Co-occurring drug and personality disorders.Paper presented at the Australasian Therapeutic Communities Conference, Perth, 2-3 October, 2003.Marsh, A., Hayes, C., & Dyer, K. (2004).Expectancies of substance use effects on trauma symptomatology in individuals with substance dependence and ongoing distress from traumatic events.Paper presented at College of Problems of Drug Dependence, 66th Annual Scientific Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 12-17t
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Dr Ali Marsh (M.Psych, PhD)
Senior Lecturer School of Psychology, Curtin University of Technology Email: firstname.lastname@example.org