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Charlotte de Crespigny
RN, BN, GradDip (Primary Health Care) and FRNCA.

Charlotte has worked as a clinician and educator in the drug and alcohol field for 10 years. She recently established, and now coordinates, the national postgraduate alcohol/drug nursing studies program in the School of Nursing at The Flinders University of South Australia. She is also attached to the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA). She is a doctoral candidate with Flinders and NECTA. Charlotte's doctoral research is into young women's social drinking and environments but she is involved in other research on older women and medication use, and the clinical learning of mental health undergraduate nurses. She provides staff development and consultations to services on matters related to primary health care and alcohol and drug use.
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