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A low-cost intervention to improve sleep hygeine in drug users

Good sleep is vital for good physical and mental health. The average Australian adult spends 8 hours a night sleeping, corresponding to ~30% of their life. Clinical population including drug users seeking treatment will often state that they suffer from disturbed sleep, and engage in behaviours which are detrimental to getting a good night's sleep. This project will involve a pre-post intervention design, and test the effectiveness of a specially designed tool to improve sleep hygiene in this group.
Essential criteria: 
Minimum entry requirements can be found here:
sleep; alcohol use; drug use; intervention
Eastern Health Clinical School
Available options 
Masters by research
Time commitment 
Physical location 
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