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Preventing Harmful Drug Use In Australia

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Professor Dennis Gray

Deputy Director and Program Leader

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Introduction

Professor Dennis Gray is a Deputy Director at the National Drug Research Institute at Curtin University, and a leader of the Institute’s Aboriginal Research Program. He is an eminent researcher in this area and has a long history of conducting collaborative research with Aboriginal community-controlled organisations. Professor Gray has published extensively on Aboriginal alcohol and other drug issues and has been invited to give presentations on his research in various national and international forums. His most recent work has focused upon the provision of alcohol and other drug services and on enhancing options for the management of alcohol and other drug related problems in Aboriginal community-controlled health services. His research has had demonstrable outcomes at the national, state/territory and regional/local levels. He is a former member of the National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Committee, his research team was awarded the 2006 National Alcohol and Drug Award for Excellence in Research, and in 2010 – in recognition of his significant contribution to the alcohol and other drugs field – he was named on the National Drug and Alcohol Honour Roll.

Qualifications

  • PhD Medical Anthropology, University of Hawaii
  • MPH International Health, University of Hawaii
  • MA Anthropology, University of Western Australia
  • BA Anthropology and History, University of Western Australia

Research Interests

  • Dennis Gray has conducted research into a range of Aboriginal health issues and is the co-author of books on Indigenous alcohol use and Aboriginal health. His most recent work has focused on: liquor licensing and the supply and promotion of alcohol to Aboriginal people; the provision of Aboriginal-specific interventions and enhancing options for the management of alcohol and other drug related problems in Aboriginal community-controlled health services

Memberships

  • Invited Member, Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet, Reference Group

Other

  • Managing Editor, Drug and Alcohol Review

Current projects

  • A Centre for Research Excellence: Building Indigenous research capacity to find solutions to alcohol problems Details
  • Development of resources to prevent crystal methamphetamine (‘ice’) related harms in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population 'Indigenous Ice Kit' Details
  • Novel interventions to address methamphetamines in Aboriginal communities, including a randomised trial of a web based therapeutic tool used to treat dependence in clinical settings Details
  • Increasing uptake of evidence-based management of unhealthy alcohol use in Aboriginal primary health care services Details
  • The Forgotten Generation: Understanding health trajectories in Aboriginal adolescents and youth Details
  • Better methods to collect self-report data on alcohol use behaviours from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians Details

Publications

Gray, D., Cartwright, K., Stearne, A., Saggers, S., Wilkes, E.T. and Wilson, M. Review of the harmful use of alcohol among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Australian Indigenous Healthinfonet. [In Press] [RJ1359]

Cartwright, K., Gray, D., Wilson, M. and Jones, J. (2017). Evaluation of the AOD-Our-Way Project. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. [T254]

Whetton, S., Shanahan, M., Cartwright, K., Duraisingam, V., Ferrante, A., Gray, D., Kaye, S., Kostadinov, V., McKetin, R., Pidd, K., Roche, A., Tait, R.J. and Allsop, S. (2017). The Social Costs of Methamphetamine in Australia 2013/14. In Tait, R.J. (ed.). National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 978-0-9942806-0-2 [T246] Paper

Brett, J., Lee, K., Gray, D., Wilson, S., Freeburn, B., Harrison, K. and Conigrave, K. (2016). Mind the gap: What is the difference between alcohol treatment need and access for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians? Drug and Alcohol Review, 35, (4), pp. 456-460. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12313 [RJ1121] Paper

Boffa, J., Gray, D. and Ah Chee, D. (2015). Aboriginal communities, alcohol-related harms and the need for an evidence-based approach. Drug and Alcohol Review, 34, (5), pp. 467-468. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12296 [RJ1086] Paper

Lander, F., Gray, D. and Wilkes, E.T. (2015). The Alcohol Mandatory Treatment Act: evidence, ethics and the law. Medical Journal of Australia, 203, (1), pp. 47-49. DOI: 10.5694/mja15.00173 [RJ1076] Paper

Gray, D., Saggers, S. and Stearne, A. (2014). Indigenous health: the perpetuation of inequality. In Germov, J. (ed.) Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology (5th ed). Oxford University Press, Melbourne. pp. 147-162. ISBN: 9780195520149 [CH208]

Gray, D., Stearne, A., Bonson, M., Wilkes, E.T., Butt, J.C. and Wilson, M. (2014). Review of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Treatment Service Sector: Harnessing Good Intentions. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth. ISBN: 978-0-9873641-6-6 [T231] Paper

Gray, D., Wilson, M., Allsop, S., Saggers, S., Wilkes, E.T. and Ober, C. (2014). Barriers and enablers to the provision of alcohol treatment among Aboriginal Australians: a thematic review of five research projects. Drug and Alcohol Review, 33, (5), pp. 482-490. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12137 [RJ950] Paper

Lee, K.S., Chikritzhs, T.N., Wilson, S., Wilkes, E.T., Gray, D., Room, R. and Conigrave, K. (2014). Better methods to collect self-reported alcohol and other drug use data from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. Drug and Alcohol Review, 33, pp. 482-490. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12159 [RJ993] Paper

Marley, J.V., Atkinson, D., Nelson, C.L., Kitaura, T., Gray, D., Metcalf, S. and Maguire, G. (2014). The Be Our Ally Beat Smoking (BOABS): a randomised controlled trial of an intensive smoking cessation intervention in a remote Aboriginal Australian health care setting. BMC Public Health, 14, pp. 32. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-32 [RJ895] Paper

Marley, J.V., Kitaura, T., Atkinson, D., Metcalf, S., Maguire, G. and Gray, D. (2014). Clinical trials in a remote Aboriginal setting: lessons from the BOABS smoking cessation study. BMC Public Health, 14, pp. 579. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-14-579 [RJ996] Paper

Wilkes, E.T., Gray, D., Casey, W., Stearne, A. and Dadd, L. (2014). Harmful Substance Use and Mental Health. In Dudgeon, P., Milroy, H. and Walker, R. (eds.) Working Together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health and Wellbeing Principles and Practice (2nd ed). Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra. pp. 125-146. ISBN: 978-0-9579494-4-7 [CH204] Paper Abstract

Williams, R., Lawrence, C., Wilkes, E.T., Shipp, M., Henry, B., Eades, S., Mathers, B., Kaldor, J.M., Maher, L. and Gray, D. (2014). Sexual behaviour, drug use and health service utilisation by young Noongar people in Western Australia: a snapshot. Sexual Health, 12, (3), pp. 188-193. DOI: 10.1071/SH14038 [RJ982] Paper

Low, J., Gray, D., Allsop, S., Wilkes, E.T. and Garrison, E. (2013). Enhancing the management of alcohol-related problems among Indigenous Australians: Implementation Plan. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 978-0-9873641-3-5 [T226] Paper

Shipp, M., Wilkes, E.T., Kaldor, J.M. and Gray, D. (2013). Celebrating strength: the role of resilience in responding to blood borne viruses and sexually transmitted infections among Indigenous communities. HIV Australia, 11, (3), pp. 27-29. [UJ203]

Wilson, M., Butt, J.C., Gower, D., Wilkes, E.T., Gray, D. and Howe, N. (2013). Drinking in the suburbs: The experiences of Aboriginal young people. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University. [R267] Paper Abstract

Gray, D. (2012). Is the demand for alcohol in Indigenous Australian communities price inelastic? Drug and Alcohol Review, 31, (6), pp. 818-822. DOI: 10.1111/j.1465-3362.2012.00425.x [RJ729] Paper

Gray, D. (2012). What communities can do to prevent or limit drinking problems. In Lee, K., Freeburn, B., Ella, S., Miller, W., Perry, J. and Conigrave, K. (eds.) Handbook for Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Work. University of Sydney, Sydney. pp. 337-342. ISBN: 978-1-74210 267-2 [CH186]

Hornosty, J., Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2012). Canada's Aboriginal Peoples and Health: The Perpetuation of Inequality. Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology. Canadian Edition. Oxford University Press, Ontario, Canada. pp. 119-141. ISBN: 978-0-19-543198-8 [CH185]

Marley, J.V., Atkinson, D., Nelson, C.L., Kitaura, T., Gray, D., Metcalf, S., Murray, R. and Maguire, G. (2012). The protocol for the Be Our Ally Against Smoking (BOABS) study, a randomised controlled trial of an intensive smoking cessation intervention in a remote Aboriginal Australian health care setting. BMC Public Health, 12, pp. 232. [RJ850] Paper

Symons, M., Gray, D., Chikritzhs, T.N., Skov, S.J., Saggers, S., Boffa, J. and Low, J. (2012). A longitudinal study of influences on alcohol consumption and related harm in Central Australia: with a particular emphasis on the role of price. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth. ISBN: 978-0-9873641-0-4 [T220] Paper

Butt, J.C., Wilkes, E.T. and Gray, D. (2011). The preliminary validity and utility of assessing staff attitudes to working with cannabis related harms in Indigenous primary health care settings. Drug and Alcohol Review (S.1 ed), 30, pp. 16-17. [RJ821] Abstract

Gray, D. and Wilkes, E.T. (2011). Alcohol restrictions in Australian Indigenous communities: an effective strategy if Indigenous-led. Medical Journal of Australia, 194, (10), pp. 508. [RJ786] Paper

Saggers, S., Walter, M. and Gray, D. (2011). Culture, history and health. In Thackrah, R., Scott, K. and Winch, J. (eds.) Indigenous Australian Health and Cultures: An Introduction for Health Professionals. Pearson, Sydney. [CH177]

Stearne, A., Schmidt, S., Gray, D., Wilkes, E.T., Boffa, J. and Corcoran, T. (2011). A program and its evaluation: the Safe and Sober Support Service. Drug and Alcohol Review (S1 ed), 30, (1), pp. 84. [RJ822] Abstract

Gray, D. (2010). The Northern Territory Emergency Response and cannabis use in remote Indigenous communities (Refereed letter to the Editor). Medical Journal of Australia, 192, (10), pp. 555. [RJ730] Paper

Gray, D. and Wilkes, E.T. (2010). Reducing alcohol and other drug related harm. Closing the Gap Clearing House. Resource Sheet, (3). [RJ767] Paper

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Wilkes, E.T., Allsop, S. and Ober, C. (2010). Managing alcohol-related problems among Indigenous Australians: what the literature tells us. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 34, pp. 34-35. [RJ638] Abstract

Gray, D., Stearne, A., Wilson, M. and Doyle, M.F. (2010). Indigenous-specific Alcohol and Other Drug Interventions: Continuities, Changes and Areas of Greatest Need. ANCD Research Paper 20. Australian National Council on Drugs, Canberra. ISBN: 9781877018237 [R239] Paper

Wilkes, E.T., Gray, D., Saggers, S., Casey, W. and Stearne, A. (2010). Substance misuse and mental health among Aboriginal Australians. In Purdie, N., Dudgeon, P. and Walker, R. (eds.) Working Together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health and Wellbeing Principles and Practice. Australian Council for Educational Research, Canberra. pp. 117-134. ISBN: 978-1-74241-090-6-6 [CH167] Paper Abstract

Wilson, M., Stearne, A., Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2010). The harmful use of alcohol amongst Indigenous Australians. Australian Indigenous Healthinfonet. Australian Indigenous Healthinfonet. [UP27] Paper

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2009). Indigenous health: the perpetuation of inequality. In Germov, J. (ed.) Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology (4th ed). Oxford University Press, Melbourne. ISBN: 9780195562811 [CH153]

Gray, D., Green, M., Saggers, S. and Wilkes, E.T. (2009). Review of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community-Controlled Alcohol and Other Drugs Sector in Queensland. Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council, Brisbane. [T194] Paper

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Wilkes, E.T., Allsop, S. and Ober, C. (2009). Enhancing the management of alcohol-related problems among Indigenous Australians (Abstract only). Drug and Alcohol Review, 28, pp. 72. [RJ712]

MacKeith, S., Gray, D. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2009). Review of 'Moving beyond the restrictions: The evaluation of the Alice Springs Alcohol Management Plan': A report prepared for the Alice Springs People’s Alcohol Action Coalition. National Drug Research Institute, Perth. [T200] Paper

Pascal, R., Chikritzhs, T.N. and Gray, D. (2009). Estimating alcohol-attributable mortality among Indigenous Australians: towards Indigenous-specific alcohol aetiologic fractions. Drug and Alcohol Review, 28, (2), pp. 196–200. [RJ565] Abstract

Frances, K., Hutchins, T., Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (2008). Group analysis of Aboriginal child death review cases in which chronic neglect is present. Child Death Review Committee, Perth. [T187] Paper

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D. and Wilkes, E.T. (2008). Substance misuse. In Couzos, S. and Murray, R. (eds.) Aboriginal Primary Health Care: An Evidence Based Approach (3rd ed). Oxford University Press, Melbourne. [CH142]

Chikritzhs, T.N., Gray, D., Lyons, Z. and Saggers, S. (2007). Restrictions on the sale and supply of alcohol: Evidence and outcomes. National Drug Research Institute. Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 1 74067 533 9 [M68] Paper

Chikritzhs, T.N., Pascal, R., Gray, D., Stearne, A., Saggers, S. and Jones, P. (2007). Trends in alcohol-attributable deaths among Indigenous Australians, 1998-2004. National Alcohol Indicators Project, Bulletin No.11. [R199] Paper Abstract

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (2007). Social determinants of health: defining what we mean. In Carson, B., Dunbar, T., Chenhall, R. and Bailie, R. (eds.) The Social Determinants of Aboriginal Health. Allen & Unwin, Sydney. pp. 1-20. [CH136]

Gray, D., Jackson Pulver, L., Saggers, S. and Waldon, J. (2006). Addressing indigenous substance misuse and related harms. Drug and Alcohol Review, 25, pp. 183-188. [RJ485]

Gray, D., Shaw, G., d'Abbs, P., Brooks, D., Stearne, A., Mosey, A. and Spooner, C. (2006). Policing, Volatile Substance Misuse, and Indigenous Australians. National Drug Law Enforcement and Research Fund, Mardon, SA. ISBN: 0 642 47447 8 [M60]

Saggers, S., Gray, D. and Strempel, P. (2006). Sex, drugs and indigenous young people. In Aggleton, P., Ball, A. and Mane, P. (eds.) Sex, Drugs and Young People: International Perspectives. Routledge, London. pp. 200-219. ISBN: 0-415-32878-0 [CH121]

Clough, A.R., d'Abbs, P., Cairney, S., Gray, D., Maruff, P., Parker, R. and O'Reilly, B. (2005). Adverse mental health effects of cannabis in two Indigenous communities in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory (Australia): an exploratory study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 39, (7), pp. 612-620. [RJ455]

Couzos, S., Hunter, E., Gray, D. and Reading, D. (2005). Alcohol: prevention of problem drinking. In NACCHO (ed.) Evidence Base to a Preventive Health Assessment in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Melbourne. pp. 17-26. ISBN: 0 86906 264 6 [CH180]

Gray, D. (2005). Book review: Brady M. Indigenous Australia and alcohol policy. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 29, (3), pp. 294-295. [RJ458]

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2005). The evidence base for responding to substance use problems in Indigenous communities. In Stockwell, T.R., Gruenewald, P., Toumbourou, J. and Loxley, W. (eds.) Preventing Harmful Substance Use: The Evidence Base for Policy and Practice. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester UK. pp. 381-393. ISBN: 0-470-09227-0 [CH128] Abstract

Loxley, W., Gray, D., Wilkinson, C., Chikritzhs, T.N., Midford, R. and Moore, D. (2005). Alcohol policy and harm reduction in Australia. Drug and Alcohol Review, 24, (6), pp. 559 - 568. [RJ475]

Chikritzhs, T.N., Stockwell, T.R., Gray, D., Stearne, A., Pascal, R. and Saggers, S. (2004). Applying national indicators of alcohol-related harms to Indigenous Australians: a discussion paper. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T152]

Clough, A.R., Cairney, S., d'Abbs, P., Parker, R., Maruff, P., Gray, D. and O'Reilly, B. (2004). Measuring exposure to cannabis use and other substance use in remote Indigenous populations in northern Australia: a 'community epidemiology' approach using proxy respondents. Addiction Research & Theory, 12, (3), pp. 261-274. [RJ437] Abstract

Clough, A.R., d'Abbs, P., Cairney, S., Gray, D., Maruff, P., Parker, R. and O'Reilly, B. (2004). Emerging patterns of cannabis and other substance use in Aboriginal communities in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory: a study of two communities. Drug and Alcohol Review, 23, pp. 381-390. [RJ440] Abstract

Gray, D. (2004). Report on the Alcohol and Other Drugs Forum on Priorities for the Delivery of Treatment Services Across the Northern Territory. National Drug Research Institute, Perth. [T144]

Gray, D. and Stearne, A. (2004). Makin Tracks: Final Evaluation Report. National Drug Research Institute, Perth. ISBN: 1 740 673 409 [T145] Paper Abstract

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D. and Strempel, P. (2004). Substance misuse and primary health care among Indigenous Australians. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Review: Consultant Report No. 7. Australian Government Department of Health and Aging, Canberra, ACT. ISBN: 0 642 82501 7 [T140] Paper Abstract

Gray, D., Watts, S. and Haines, B. (2004). Alcohol and Other Drug Education and Training for Indigenous Workers: A Literature Review. Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council and National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth. ISBN: 1 74067 295 X [T132] Paper

Loxley, W., Toumbourou, J., Stockwell, T.R., Haines, B., Scott, K., Godfrey, C., Waters, E., Patton, G., Fordham, R.J., Gray, D., Marshall, J., Ryder, D., Saggers, S., Williams, J. and Sanci, L. (2004). The prevention of substance use, risk and harm in Australia: A review of the evidence. National Drug Research Institute and the Centre for Adolescent Health. [M45] Paper

Shaw, G., Biven, A., Gray, D., Mosey, A., Stearne, A. and Perry, J. (2004). An evaluation of the COMGAS Scheme: 'They sniffed it and they sniffed it – but it just wasn't there'. Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra. ISBN: 0 642 82566 1 [M50] Paper Abstract

Strempel, P., Saggers, S., Gray, D. and Stearne, A. (2004). Indigenous drug and alcohol projects: elements of best practice. ANCD Research Paper No. 8. Australian National Council on Drugs, Canberra. ISBN: 1 877018 09 0 [R167] Paper

Gray, D. (2003). Review of the 'Summary Evaluation of the Alice Springs Liquor Trial': A report to Tangentyere Council and Central Australian Aboriginal Congress. Central Australian Rural Practitioners Association Newsletter, (35). pp. 14-29. [UJ121] Paper

Gray, D. (2003). The impact of restrictions on the sale of alcohol on particular days of the week: with reference to proposed restrictions in Port Hedland and South Hedland. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T131] Paper

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2003). Substance misuse. In Thomson, N. (ed.) The Health of Indigenous Australians. Oxford University Press, Melbourne. pp. 158-185. ISBN: 019551220 [CH99]

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2002). Indigenous Australian Alcohol and Other Drug Issues: Research from the National Drug Research Institute. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 1 74067 142 2 [M38] Paper

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (2002). Submission to the Inquiry by the Director of Liquor Licensing into proposed restrictions on the sale of packaged liquor in Port Hedland and South Hedland. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth. [R133] Paper

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Hulse, G.K. and Atkinson, D. (2002). An approach to substance misuse problems among Indigenous Australians. In Hulse, G.K., White, J. and Cape, G. (eds.) Management of Alcohol and Drug Problems. Oxford University Press, Melbourne. pp. 310-327. ISBN: 0 19 551331 2 [CH86]

Gray, D., Sputore, B.A., Stearne, A., Bourbon, D. and Strempel, P. (2002). Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Projects 1999-2000. ANCD Research Paper No. 4. Australian National Council on Drugs, Canberra. ISBN: 1 877018 03 1 [R113] Paper Abstract

Midford, R., Stockwell, T.R. and Gray, D. (2002). Prevention of alcohol-related harm: community-based interventions. National Alcohol Research Agenda. Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing, Canberra. pp. 91-112. ISBN: 0642820244 [CH100]

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D., Carter, M., Loxley, W. and Hayward, D. (2001). The Harm Reduction Needs of Aboriginal People Who Inject Drugs. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 1 74067 141 4 [T115] Paper

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (2001). Theorising Indigenous health: a political economy of health and substance misuse. Health Sociology Review, 10, (2), pp. 21-32. [RJ380] Paper Abstract

Saggers, S., Gray, D. and Catalano, P. (2001). Port Hedland and Roebourne substance misuse services review. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 1 74067 083 3 [T110] Paper

Gray, D. (2000). Comment on 'Dollars Made from Broken Spirits'. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Perth. [UP10] Paper Abstract

Gray, D. (2000). Indigenous Australians and liquor licensing restrictions. Invited and refereed editorial. Addiction, 95, (10), pp. 1469-1472. [RJ332] Paper

Gray, D. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (2000). Regional variation in alcohol consumption in the Northern Territory. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 24, (1), pp. 35-38. [RJ297] Paper Abstract

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D., Sputore, B.A. and Bourbon, D. (2000). Beating the grog: an evaluation of the Tennant Creek liquor licensing restrictions. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 24, (1), pp. 39-44. [RJ307] Paper Abstract

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Sputore, B.A. and Bourbon, D. (2000). What works: a review of evaluated alcohol misuse interventions among Aboriginal Australians. Addiction, 95, (1), pp. 11-22. [RJ314] Paper Abstract

Sputore, B.A., Gray, D. and Sampi, C. (2000). Review of the services provided by Jungarni-Jutiya Alcohol Action Council Aboriginal Corporation. National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology., Perth, Western Australia. ISBN: 1-86342-851-8 [T94] Paper

Bourbon, D., Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1999). Indigenous Australians and Liquor Licensing Legislation. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Perth, Western Australia. [T87] Paper

d'Abbs, P., Gray, D., Togni, S., Wales, N., Fitz, J. and Chikritzhs, T.N. (1999). Alcohol-related problems in Katherine: a report prepared for Morgan Buckley (Solicitors). Menzies School of Health Research & National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. [T91] Paper

Gray, D. (1999). Alcohol consumption, related harm and intervention measures in Kununurra, Western Australia. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T86]

Gray, D., Chikritzhs, T.N. and Stockwell, T.R. (1999). The Northern Territory’s cask wine levy: health and taxation policy implications. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 23, (6), pp. 651-653. [RJ298] Paper Abstract

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Atkinson, D., Sputore, B.A. and Bourbon, D. (1998). Evaluation of the Tennant Creek Liquor Licensing Restrictions: A Report Prepared for the Tennant Creek Beat the Grog Sub-Committee. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T79] Paper

Gray, D., Sputore, B.A. and Walker, J. (1998). Evaluation of an Aboriginal health promotion program: a case study from Karalundi. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 8, (1), pp. 24-28. [RJ264] Paper Abstract

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1998). Alcohol in indigenous Australian communities. In Waddell, C. and Petersen, A. (eds.) Health Matters. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, Australia. pp. 320-335. ISBN: 1 86448 564 7 [CH64]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1998). Dealing With Alcohol: Indigenous Use in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, Victoria. [M12]

Saggers, S., Gray, D., Bourbon, D. and Parker, R. (1998). Local level supply and promotion of alcohol in two Aboriginal communities in rural Western Australia. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T78]

Sputore, B.A., Gray, D., Bourbon, D. and Baird, K. (1998). Evaluation of Kununurra-Waringarri Aboriginal Corporation and Ngnowar-Aerwah Aboriginal Corporation's alcohol projects. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T77]

Gray, D., Morfitt, B. and Walker, J. (1997). Karalundi Peer Support and Skills Training Program Evaluation. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Curtin University of Technology & Karalundi Aboriginal Education Centre, Perth, Western Australia. [T64]

Gray, D., Morfitt, B., Ryan, K. and Williams, S. (1997). The use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs by young Aboriginal people in Albany. Australian Journal of Public Health, 21, (1), pp. 71-76. [RJ209] Paper

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1997). Supplying and promoting 'grog': the political economy of alcohol in Aboriginal Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 32, (3), pp. 215-237. [RJ227] Paper

Gray, D. (1996). Harm reduction and self-determination. Commentary on Landau C. The prospects of a harm reduction approach among indigenous people in Canada. Drug and Alcohol Review, 15, (4), pp. 409-410. [RJ255] Paper

Gray, D., Morfitt, B., Williams, S., Ryan, K. and Coyne, L. (1996). Drug Use and Related Issues Among Young Aboriginal People in Albany. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T59] Paper

Gray, D. and Wallam, D. (1995). A Review of the Report of the Minister for Racing and Gaming on the Review of the Liquor Licensing Act 1988, June 1995: A Report prepared for the Aboriginal Justice Council. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [R78]

Gray, D., Drandich, M., Moore, L., Wilkes, E.T., Riley, R. and Davies, S. (1995). Aboriginal well-being and liquor licensing legislation in WA. Australian Journal of Public Health, 19, (2), pp. 177-185. [RJ192] Paper Abstract

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Drandich, M., Wallam, D. and Plowright, P. (1995). Evaluating government health and substance abuse programs for indigenous peoples: a comparative review. Australian Journal of Public Health, 19, (6), pp. 567 - 572. [RJ215] Paper Abstract

Gray, D., Saggers, S., Plowright, P. and Drandich, M. (1995). Monitoring and evaluation models for indigenous peoples: a literature review for the Western Australian Aboriginal Affairs Department. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [T52]

Gray, D. and Saggers, S. (1994). Aboriginal health: The harvest of injustice. In Waddell, C. and Petersen, A. (eds.) Just Health. Churchill Livingstone, Melbourne, Vic. pp. 119-133. [CH36]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1994). Health policy. Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia. Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, ACT. pp. 461-462. [CH38]

Gray, D. and Drandich, M. (1993). Aboriginal issues and the Liquor Licensing Act 1988. National Centre for Research into the Prevention of Drug Abuse, Division of Health Sciences, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia. [R38]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1991). Aboriginal health and society: The traditional and contemporary aboriginal struggle for better health. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, NSW. [M20]

Saggers, S. and Gray, D. (1991). Policy and practice in Aboriginal health. In Reid, J. and Trompf, P. (eds.) The Health of Aboriginal Australia, (9). pp. 381-420. [RJ318]