Head of Evidence and Innovation at Alcohol and Drug Foundation
Craig has over 17 years of clinical, leadership and management experience in drug and alcohol and mental health promotion, prevention, early intervention and treatment services.
He has worked across academic, government, not-for-profit and commercial sectors.
Craig has extensive clinical and management experience and expertise in mental health and AOD, the synthesis of research, knowledge management, program design through co-design methodologies, implementation and evaluation of innovative, evidence-based policy, guidelines and digital and non-digital programs.
- Grad Dip MH
- MN (Clinical Leadership)
- Adverse events
- Alcohol and other drugs
- Alcohol and drug related harm
- Drug use and mental ill-health
- Methamphetamine (ICE)
- Mental ill-health
- Suicide prevention
- Regional and remote communities
- Lived experience
- Emergency services
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
Recent Published Work
Technology-Enabled Person-Centered Mental Health Services Reform: Strategy for Implementation Science
An implementation science protocol supports researchers to achieve primary effectiveness goals in relation to mental health services reform and aids in the optimization of implementation processes to promote quality health care, prolonging sustainability.