Dr Philip Clare presented at the NDARC Webinar series on Thursday 29 Juy 2021.

This presentation covered changes in mental health and alcohol-related harm for young Australians during COVID-19.

In this webinar Dr Philip Clare discussed the findings of two recent articles published on the Australian Parental Supply of Alcohol Longitudinal Study (APSALS) cohort, on changes in mental health and alcohol use/harms during the COVID-19 restrictions in mid-2020.


About the speaker

Philip is a biostatistician at the Prevention Research Collaboration, with experience in addressing sources of bias in the analysis of longitudinal data. He is both a methodological and applied researcher, with particular research interests in causal inference using observational data, and substance use among adolescents and young adults.

Please note: readers and audience are encouraged to go to the presenter’s published paper for the most fulsome account of the research and its findings. You can read the relevant papers here and here.

Date Commenced
02 Aug 2021
Resource Type
NDARC Seminars