Topic specific library – misuse of kava and other drugs 2007




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Topic specific library – misuse of kava and other drugs

2007

Darebin City Council (2007) Darebin City Council: response to the Inquiry into the Misuse/Abuse of Benzodiazepines and Other Forms of Pharmaceutical Drugs in Victoria. Preston, Vic.: Darebin City Council


Hughes H (2007) Kava and after in the Nhulunbuy (Gulf of Carpenteria) Hinterland. (Issues Analysis no. 88) St Leonards, NSW: Centre for Independent Studies
Therapeutic Goods Administration (2007) Restrictions on the import of Kava to Australia: frequently asked questions. Canberra: Department of Health and Ageing
2006

Boyd M (2006) Misuse of pharmaceuticals project: final research report. Preston, Vic.: City of Darebin and Moreland City Council


Clough AR, Currie BJ, Yunupingu MW, Conigrave KM (2006) Action is required to reduce kava supply in Arnhem Land...again! [letter]. Medical Journal of Australia;184(2):91-92
Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy (2006) National Drug Strategy: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Complementary Action Plan 2003-2009: background paper. Canberra: Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy
Parliament of Victoria, Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee (2006) Inquiry into misuse/abuse of benzodiazepines and other pharmaceutical drugs: interim report. Melbourne: Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee, Parliament of Victoria
2005

Laynhapuy Homelands Association (2005) Kava Licencees' Annual Forum. Yirrkala: Kava Licencees Conference


Lye G (2005) Information about the Kava Management Act and Regulations [fact sheet]. Darwin: Northern Territory Government
Northern Territory Government (2005) Kava management plans: suggested content. Darwin: Northern Territory Government

2004

Clough A, d'Abbs P, Cairney S, Gray D, Maruff P, et al. (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(4):381-390


Clough A, Jones P (2004) Policy approaches to support local community control over the supply and distribution of kava in the Northern Territory (Australia). Drug and Alcohol Review;23(1):117-126
Clough A, Warin J (2004) Kava use by Aboriginal people in Arnhem Land: monitoring the impacts. Of Substance;2(3):24-25
Clough AR, Wang Z, Bailie RS, Burns CB, Currie BJ (2004) Case-control study of the association between kava use and ischaemic heart disease in Aboriginal communities in eastern Arnhem Land (Northern Territory) Australia [short report]. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health;58(2):140-141
Jones P (2004) Principles and approaches to enable local community control over kava in Arnhemland, Northern Territory. Paper presented at the Third Australasian Drug Strategy Conference. 4-6 May 2004, Alice Springs, Northern Territory
Thatcher P, Neely I (2004) The scientific aspects of kava: investigative and forensic requirements. Paper presented at the Third Australasian Drug Strategy Conference. 4-6 May 2004, Alice Springs

Prior to 2004

(1988) Kava [editorial]. Lancet;1988(8605):258-259


(1988) Kava. Lancet;(July 30):258-259
Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal (1991) Benzodiazepine withdrawal guidelines for community groups and workers. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal;15(6):12-14
Alexander K (1985) What is kava? Paper presented at the Alcohol and drug use in a changing society : proceedings of the 2nd National Drug Institute, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. Darwin
Alexander K (1985) Kava in the north: a study of kava in Arnhem Land Aboriginal communities. Darwin: Australian National University North Australia Research Unit
Alexander K, Watson C, Fleming J (1988) Kava in the north: a study of kava in Arnhem Land Aboriginal communities. Aboriginal Health Information Bulletin;10:32-37
Brunton R (1989) A harmless substance?: anthropological aspects of kava in the South Pacific. In: Prescott J, McCall G, eds. Kava use and abuse in Australia and the South Pacific: proceedings from the symposium on Kava, University of New South Wales, 11 November 1988. Kensington, NSW: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre
Cairney SJ, Maruff P, Clough AR (2002) The neurobehavioural effects of kava. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry;36:657-662
Cairney S (2003) Brain dysfunction associated with petrol sniffing and kava drinking in Arnhem Land Aboriginal communities. Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria
Cairney S, Clough AR, Maruff P, Collie A, Currie BJ, et al. (2003) Saccade and cognitive function in chronic kava users. Neuropsychopharmacology;28:389-396
Cairney S, Maruff P, Clough AR, Collie A, Currie J, et al. (2003) Saccade and cognitive impairment associated with kava intoxication. Human Psychopharmacology;18(7):525-533
Cawte J (1985) Psychoactive substances of the South Seas: betel, kava and pituri. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry;19:83-7
Cawte J (1986) Parameters of Kava used as a challenge to alcohol. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry;20:70-76
Cawte J (1988) Macabre effects of a 'cult' for kava [editorial]. Medical Journal of Australia;148:545-546
Clough A, Burns C, Wunungmurra B (1999) Social controls on kava consumption in Arnhem Land [abstract]. Paper presented at the Public Health Conference. Our place, our health: local values and global directions. 26-29 September 1999, Carlton Hotel, The Esplanade, Darwin.
Clough AR, Burns CB, Mununggurr N (2000) Kava in Arnhem Land: a review of consumption and its social correlates. Drug and Alcohol Review;19(3):319-328
Clough A, Cairney S, Maruff P, Burns C, Currie B (2001) Possible toxicity and withdrawal seizures in Aboriginal kava drinkers in Arnhem Land (Australia). South Pacific Journal of Psychology;13(1):27-34
Clough AR, Alexander I, Currie B (2002) Kava liver toxicity and kava 'fits'. Northern Territory Disease Control Bulletin;9(4):13-15
Clough AR, Bailie R, Burns CB, Guyula T, Wunungmurra R, et al. (2002) Validity and utility of community health workers’ estimation of kava use. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health;26:52-57
Clough AR, Guyula T, Yunupingu M, Burns CB (2002) Diversity of substance use in eastern Arnhem land (Australia): patterns and recent changes. Drug and Alcohol Review;21(4):349-356
Clough A (2003) Enough! or too much: what is 'excessive' kava use in Arnhem Land? Drug and Alcohol Review;22(1):43-51
Clough A (2003) Health effects of heavy kava use on Indigenous Australians. Unpublished Doctor of Philosophy thesis, Charles Darwin University, Casuarina, Northern Territory
Clough AR, Bailie RS, Currie B (2003) Liver function test abnormalities in users of aqueous Kava extracts. Clinical Toxicology;41(6):821-829
Clough AR, Jacups SP, Wang Z, Burns CB, Bailie R, et al. (2003) Health effects of kava use in eastern Arnhem Land Aboriginal community. Internal Medicine Journal;33(8):336-340
Clough AR, Wang Z, Bailie RS, Burns CB, Currie BJ (2003) Case-control study of the association between kava use and pneumonia in eastern Arnhem and Aboriginal communities (Northern Territory, Australia). Epidemiology and Infection;131(1):627-635
Commonwealth Department of Community Services, Health National Drug Abuse Information Centre (1988) Technical information bulletin on drug abuse. (No 79: drug issues affecting Aboriginal Australians) Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service
Commonwealth Department of Community Services and Health (1988) Latest research on the effects of kava on health. In: Commonwealth Department of Community Services and Health, ed. Technical Information Bulletin on Drug Abuse No 79: Drug issues affecting Aboriginal Australians. Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service:39-40
Currie B (1997) Meliodosis: kava drinking added to risk factors? Northern Territory Communicable Diseases Bulletin;3(4):11-12
Currie BJ, Clough AR (2003) Kava hepatotoxicity with Western herbal products: does it occur with traditional kava use? Medical Journal of Australia;178(9):421-422
d'Abbs P (1990) Kava in Arnhem Land: research and shaping of policy. Canberra
d'Abbs P (1991) Kava use in Arnhem Land: the challenge for policy. International Journal of Drug Policy;2(4):17-21
d'Abbs P (1993) A review of kava control measures in the Northern Territory. (Menzies Occasional Papers No. 3/95) Darwin: Menzies School of Health Research
d'Abbs PHN (1995) The power of kava or the power of ideas?: kava use and kava policy in the Northern Territory. Canberra Anthropology;18:166-182
Dawe S, Loxton NJ, Hides L, Kavanagh DJ, Mattick RP (2002) Review of diagnostic screening instruments for alcohol and other drug use and other psychiatric disorders. Canberra: Department of Health and Ageing
de Rios MD, Stachalek R (1999) The Duboisia genus, Australian Aborigines and suggestibility. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs;31(2):155-161
Douglas W (1988) The effects of heavy kava usage on physical health [letter]. Medical Journal of Australia;149:341-342
Drug and Alcohol Bureau (1987) Current patterns of kava use in Arnhem Land. Drug and Alcohol Bureau, Department of Health and Community Services
Drug and Alcohol Policy Unit (2002) Report to Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory Select Committee on Substance Abuse in the Community. (Submission number 0007) Darwin: Northern Territory Police
Flynn M (1991) Supply of kava: is it another Aboriginal offence? Aboriginal Law Bulletin;2(53):10-11
Gerrard G (1988) Use of kava in two Aboriginal settlements. In: Prescott J, McCall G, eds. Kava use and abuse in Australia and the South Pacific: proceedings from the Symposium on Kava, University of New South Wales. Kensington, NSW: National Drug and alcohol Research Centre:50-58
Gray D, Saggers S (2003) Substance misuse. In: Thomson N, ed. The health of Indigenous Australians. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press:158-185
Gregory R (1988) The mental side of kava. Aboriginal Health Worker;12(3):13-17
Hando J, Hall W, Rutter S, Dolan K (1999) Current state of research on illicit drugs in Australia: an information document. Canberra: National Health and Medical Research Council
Harrison J, Moller J (1994) Injury mortality amongst Aboriginal Australians. Australian Injury Prevention Bulletin;(7):1-8
Higgins K, Cooper-Stanbury M, Williams P (2000) Statistics on drug use in Australia 1998. (AIHW catalogue no. PHE 16) Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Hunter E, d'Abbs P (2003) In 'modest but practical ways': medical practitioners and substance misuse in Aboriginal Australians. Internal Medicine Journal;33(8):333-335
Kavaler E (1992) The experience of an American medical student with an Aboriginal community in central Australia. New York State Journal of Medicine;92(10):431-435
Lebot V, Merlin M, Lindstrom L (1992) Kava: the Pacific drug. New Haven: Yale University Press
Low T (1987) Pituri: tracing the trade routes of an Indigenous intoxicant. Australian Natural History;22(6):257-260
Lye G (2001) Information about the National Code of Kava management [fact sheet]. Darwin: Northern Territory Government
Markey P (1996) Normalisation of liver function in an Aboriginal community after withdrawal of kava supply [abstract]. Paper presented at the Threats to Public Health: Challenges and Strategies. 28th Annual Conference of the Public Health Association of Australia Inc. 29 September - 2 October, Perth, Western Australia
Mathews J, Collins L, Riley M (1988) Bad effects of Kava on the body. Aboriginal Health Worker;12(3):10 - 12
Mathews J, Riley M (1988) The effects of heavy usage of kava on physical health [letter]. Medical Journal of Australia;149:342
Mathews J, Riley M, Fejo L, Munoz E, Milns N, et al. (1988) Effects of the heavy usage of kava on physical health: summary of a pilot survey in an Aboriginal community. Medical Journal of Australia;148:548-555
Mathews JD, d'Abbs P, Currie B (1993) Health and social aspects of kava use [abstract]. Tropical Medicine at the Top End: Australasian College of Tropical Medicine

Mills P (1985) Aboriginal issues workshop. Paper presented at the 2nd National Drug Institute: Alcohol and drug use in a changing society. 1985, Darwin


Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy (2003) National Drug Strategy: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Complementary Action Plan 2003-2006, background paper. Canberra: Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy
National Food Authority (1995) Kava and information paper. Commonwealth of Australia
Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services (1987) Current patterns of Kava use in Arnhem land. Darwin: Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services, Drug and Alcohol Bureau
Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services Drug and Alcohol Bureau (1987) Drug use patterns in NT Aboriginal communities: a report prepared by the Drug and Alcohol Bureau Department of Health and Community Services: volume four. Darwin
Northern Territory Drug and Alcohol Bureau (1987) Drug use patterns in the Northern Territory Aboriginal Communities: kava. (volume four) Darwin: Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services, Drug and Alcohol Bureau
Prescott J, McCall G (1988) Kava: use and abuse in Australia and the South Pacific. Introduction only. National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, Monograph No. 5. Paper presented at the Proceedings from the Symposium on Kava. 11th November 1988, University of New South Wales
Prescott J (1990) Kava use in Australia. Drug and Alcohol Review;9(4):325 - 328
Riley M, Lee A, Davis R, Mathews J (1987) Nutrient status and food intake in a kava using community. Annual Report: Menzies School of Health Research;(3):74-5
Riley M, Bujevich J, Collins L, Mathews J (1988) Are the chronic ill effects of heavy kava use reversible? Annual Report: Menzies School of Health Research;4:73-74
Riley M, Bujevich J, Collins L, Mathews J (1988) Changing patterns of kava use in arnhem land. Annual Report: Menzies School of Health Research;4:72-73
Riley M, Fejo L, Munoz E, Milns N, Gardner I, et al. (1988) Health effects of kava. Annual Report: Menzies School of Health Research;4:71-72
Riley M (1989) Kava use in Arnhem land. Annual Report: Menzies School of Health Research;(1988-89):92-93
Riley M, Collins L, Mathew J (1989) Educational strategies to combat heavy Kava use. Annual Report: Menzies School of Health Research;(1988-89):93-94
Riley M, Mathews J (1989) Heavy kava use by Aboriginal Australians. In: Prescott J, McCall G, eds. Kava use and abuse in Australia and the South Pacific: proceedings from the symposium on Kava, University of New South Wales, 11 November 1988. Kensington, NSW: National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre
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Watson PL, Luanratana O, Griffin WJ (1983) The ethnopharmacology of pituri. Journal of Ethnopharmacology;8(3):303-11
Watson P (1988) The effects of heavy usage of kava on physical health [letter]. Medical Journal of Australia;149:342
Watson P (1991) Pituri: an Australian Aboriginal drug. International Journal of Drug Policy;2(4):32-33
Weeramanthri TS, Spillane P, Currie BJ (1994) Kava and sudden cardiac death: is there a causal link? Paper presented at the Kava research workshop. May, Nhulunbuy
No date
Kava Code of Management Advisory Group (nd) National Code of Kava Management. Darwin: Northern Territory Government



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