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National Drug Research Institute

Preventing Harmful Drug Use In Australia

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Eveline Lensvelt

Research Associate

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+61 8 9266 1601
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eveline.lensvelt@curtin.edu.au

Introduction

Eveline is a research associate with the Alcohol Policy Research Team at the National Drug Research Institute. She completed a MSc degree in Management, Economics and Consumer studies at Wageningen University and Research Centre in the Netherlands. During her studies she specialized in the area of Marketing and Consumer Behaviour, with a focus on qualitative and quantitative research methods and healthy lifestyles.

Eveline is working on the National Alcohol Indicators Project (NAIP). The NAIP is an ongoing national monitoring system for tracking levels of alcohol consumption and harms throughout Australia and over time and is the only national dataset on alcohol-related deaths and hospital separations in Australia.

Qualifications

  • MSc Management, Economics and Consumer studies, Wageningen University and Research Centre
  • BSc Management, Economics and Consumer studies, Wageningen University and Research Centre

Research Interests

  • Research methodology
  • Public health
  • Epidemiology
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Alcohol related harms
  • Consumer behaviour

Memberships

  • Member, Australian Health Promotion Association

Current projects

  • Pub extended trading hours: Effects on drunkenness and alcohol-related harm Details
  • Does risk-based licensing of alcohol sales reduce alcohol-related harm? Details
  • Modelling the public health and safety impacts of liquor licensing changes on communities: enhancing evidence-based liquor licensing decisions Details
  • National Alcohol Indicators Project (NAIP) Details

Publications

Hobday, M., Gordon, E., Lensvelt, E., Meuleners, L., Liang, W. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2017). Distance travelled to purchase alcohol and the mediating effect of price. Public Health, 144, pp. 48-56. DOI: 10.1016/j.puhe.2016.11.019 [RJ1179] Paper

Lensvelt, E., Stafford, J., Daube, M. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2017). Alcohol-related Harms in Western Australian Electoral Districts. McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth and National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 978-0-6480217-0-4 [T250] Paper

Hobday, M., Gordon, E., Lensvelt, E., Meuleners, L., Liang, W. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2016). The effect of price increases on predicted alcohol purchasing decisions and choice to substitute. Addiction Research & Theory. DOI: 10.3109/16066359.2016.1155563 [RJ1178] Paper

Lensvelt, E., Gilmore, W., Gordon, E., Liang, W. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2016). Trends in estimated alcohol-attributable assault hospitalisations in Australia 2003/04 to 2012/13. National Alcohol Indicators Project, Bulletin No. 15. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. [R291] Paper Abstract

Lensvelt, E., Liang, W., Gilmore, W., Gordon, E., Hobday, M. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2016). The effect of the Australian ‘alcopops tax’ on alcohol-related emergency department presentations for injury in two states. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 77, (5), pp. 730-739. DOI: 10.15288/jsad.2016.77.730 [RJ1159] Paper

Gilmore, W., Liang, W., Catalano, P., Pascal, R., Broyd, A., Lensvelt, E., Kirby, G. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2015). Off-site outlets and alcohol-related harm. National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund, Canberra. [M93] Paper

Lensvelt, E., Gilmore, W., Gordon, E., Hobday, M., Liang, W. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2015). Trends in estimated alcohol-related emergency department presentations in Australia, 2005-06 to 2011-12. National Alcohol Indicators Project, Bulletin No. 14. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth. [R279] Paper

Pascal, R., Gilmore, W., Broyd, A., Lensvelt, E. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2014). Trends in estimated alcohol attributable deaths in Australia, 1996-2010: Liver cancer, alcoholic liver disease and colorectal cancer. National Alcohol Indicators Project, Bulletin No. 13. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth. [R273] Paper