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Background Information

Affiliations

National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre

Research Fellow


Education

Social Science degree

University of New South Wales


PhD

National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre


Web References(16 Total References)


National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre - Current ProjectsI31_parental_substance_use

ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au [cached]

Professor Steve Allsop (National Drug and Alcohol Research Institute, Curtin University), Professor Jake Najman (Queensland Alcohol and Drug Research and Education Centre, University of QLD), Professor Elizabeth Elliot (The Children's Hospital at Westmead, University of Sydney Clinical School), Dr Sue Jacobs (Royal Prince Alfred Hospital), Dr Craig Olsson (Murdoch Childrens Research Institute), Professor Anne Bartu (Curtin University), Dr Elizabeth Maloney (University of New South Wales), Ms Lee Taylor (Macquarie University)
Hutchinson, D., Maloney, E., Mattick, R. P., Allsop, S., Najman, J., Elliott, E., Burns, L. & Jacobs, S. (2009) Parental substance use during pregnancy: Assessing maternal psychosocial characteristics, obstetric and neonatal outcomes. Abstract published - Hutchinson, D., Maloney, E., Mattick, R., Allsop, S., Najman, J., Elliott, E., Burns, L. & Jacobs, S. (2009) What are the impacts of mothers and partners substance use during pregnancy?


National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre - Contacts

ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au [cached]

Elizabeth Maloney
Research Fellow


National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre - NDARC Staff Profiles

ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au [cached]

Elizabeth Maloney
Elizabeth Maloney joined NDARC in November 2004 as a Research Officer. In 2008 Elizabeth completed a PhD examining the reported prevalence of suicidal behaviour and the associated risk factors among opioid dependent individuals and controls. Elizabeth is currently employed as a Senior Research Officer to run a pilot study examining the impact of substance use on pregnancy, infant development and family functioning. Her research interests include suicide and self-harm behaviours; comorbidity of mental health and substance use problems; young people and the juvenile justice system; and pregnancy and child development.


Australian Rotary Health - Dr Elizabeth Maloney

www.australianrotaryhealth.org.au [cached]

Dr Elizabeth Maloney
Australian Rotary Health - Dr Elizabeth Maloney Dr Elizabeth Maloney University of NSW Dr Elizabeth Maloney graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2004 with a Social Science degree and received her PhD in 2008 through the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. Dr Maloney currently holds a Post-doctoral Research Fellow position within the UNSW School of Psychiatry, and is involved in implementing a program of research in epidemiology and population health. Initially, this program of research involves using a NSW population cohort, to identify vulnerability and resilience factors, emerging from birth to 10 years of age, that relate to developmental functioning (social, emotional, behavioural, physical and cognitive functioning) and school achievement. In addition, the research will examine the health (physical and psychological) and wellbeing of parents and examine the relationship to developmental functioning among offspring. Dr Maloney has extensive experience in recruiting and interviewing individuals with mental health problems and substance use disorders. Additionally, Dr Maloney has been involved in working with large datasets including the National Drug Strategy Household Survey, and the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children, to examine the prevalence and predictors of substance use among parents and the associated impacts on children.


National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre - Staff Profiles

ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au [cached]

Elizabeth MaloneyElizabeth Maloney joined NDARC in November 2004 as a Research Officer.In 2008 Elizabeth completed a PhD examining the reported prevalence of suicidal behaviour and the associated risk factors among opioid dependent individuals and controls.Elizabeth is currently employed as a Senior Research Officer to run a pilot study examining the impact of substance use on pregnancy, infant development and family functioning.Her research interests include suicide and self-harm behaviours; comorbidity of mental health and substance use problems; young people and the juvenile justice system; and pregnancy and child development.


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