Dina Eleftheriadis

Ms Dina Eleftheriadis is currently employed as a Research Assistant at Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, and has been working in the Health Services Research and Evaluation program since January 2008.

Ms Eleftheriadis has been involved in a range of projects, assisting with project administration, data collection and analysis. Such projects include Anxiety Treatment Clinic evaluation, the Mental Health and Addictions Workforce Development Infrastructure Evaluation and the Queensland Magistrates Early Referral Into Treatment (QMERIT) evaluation.

  • Consumer participation
  • Translating research into practice
  • Cultural diversity and the AOD sector

 

  • Alcohol and other drug treatment needs and service system responses for older people (>65 years)
  • Queensland Magistrates Early Referral Into Treatment (QMERIT): Evaluation
  • Windana Alcohol and Drug Day Program: Evaluation
  • Statewide Review of Places of Safety, Tasmania
  • Evaluation of Primary Health Services for Injecting Drug Users
  • North and West Metropolitan Region ‘Alcohol and Other Drug Plan'
  • Berends L, Mugavin J, Eleftheriadis D, Strickland, H, & Kenny, P. (November 2010).  Queensland Magistrate’s Early Referral Into Treatment (QMERIT) pilot program evaluation. Report 2: Outcomes. Fitzroy, Victoria: Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre.
  • Berends, L., Kenny, P., Sciacchitano, L., Eleftheriadis, D., & Swan, A. (2009) Queensland Magistrate's Early Referral Into Treatment (QMERIT) pilot program . Report 1: Process and outputs. Fitzroy, Victoria: Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre
  • Hunter B, Kenny P, Eleftheriadis D, Berends L. Statewide Review of Places of Safety, Tasmania. Fitzroy, Victoria: Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre; 2009.
  • Kenny P, Berends L, Eleftheriadis D. Windana Alcohol and Drug Day Program: Evaluation. Fitzroy, Victoria: Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre; 2009.
  • Berends L, Kenny P, Sciacchitano L, Mugavin J, Eleftheriadis D, Swan A. Effectiveness of the Queensland Magistrate’s Early Referral Into Treatment (QMERIT) program.  Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and Other Drugs, Living on the Edge; 2009 1st - 4th November; Darwin. Drug and Alcohol Review; 2009. p. A67.

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