Dr Ashlee Curtis



Research Fellow


Faculty of Health


School of Psychology


Melbourne Burwood Campus


+61 3 522 78052


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Key stakeholder perspectives of drink restrictions in Newcastle, Australia

A Curtis, P Miller, D Palmer, I Warren, E McFarlane, K Hudson

(2017), Vol. 25, pp. 163-167, Addiction research and theory, Abingdon, Eng., C1


Demographic and substance use factors associated with non-violent alcohol-related injuries among patrons of Australian night-time entertainment districts

K Coomber, R Mayshak, S Hyder, N Droste, A Curtis, A Pennay, W Gilmore, T Lam, T Chikritzhs, P Miller

(2017), Vol. 14, pp. 1-9, International journal of environmental research and public health, Basel, Switzerland, C1


Awareness and correlates of short-term and long-term consequences of alcohol use among Australian drinkers

K Coomber, R Mayshak, A Curtis, P Miller

(2017), Vol. 41, pp. 237-242, Australian and New Zealand journal of public health, London, Eng., C1


Funder interference in addiction research: an international survey of authors

P Miller, F Martino, S Gross, A Curtis, R Mayshak, N Droste, K Kypri

(2017), Vol. 72, pp. 100-105, Addictive behaviors, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Effectiveness of community-based interventions for reducing alcohol-related harm in two metropolitan and two regional sites in Victoria, Australia

A Curtis, K Coomber, N Droste, S Hyder, D Palmer, P Miller

(2017), Vol. 36, pp. 359-368, Drug and alcohol review, London, Eng., C1


'The ones that turn up are the ones that are responsible': Key stakeholders perspectives on liquor accords

A Curtis, P Miller, N Droste, E McFarlane, F Martino, D Palmer

(2016), Vol. 35, pp. 273-279, Drug Alcohol Rev, Australia, C1


Patron banning in the nightlife entertainment districts: a key informant perspective

P Miller, A Curtis, D Palmer, I Warren, E McFarlane

(2016), Vol. 77, pp. 606-611, Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs, New Brunswick, N.J., C1


Prevalence and correlates of drink driving within patrons of Australian night-time entertainment precincts

A Curtis, K Coomber, S Hyder, N Droste, A Pennay, R Jenkinson, R Mayshak, P Miller

(2016), Vol. 95, pp. 187-191, Accident analysis and prevention, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Effectiveness of interventions for convicted DUI offenders in reducing recidivism: a systematic review of the peer-reviewed scientific literature

P Miller, A Curtis, A Sønderlund, A Day, N Droste

(2015), Vol. 41, pp. 16-29, American journal of drug and alcohol abuse, New York, NY, C1


Looking for a needle in the haystack: arsonists with intellectual disability in Australia

A Curtis, K McVilly, A Day

(2015), Vol. 22, pp. 444-452, Psychiatry, psychology and law, London, Eng., C1


Demographic risk factors for alcohol-related aggression in and around licensed venues

L Zinkiewicz, A Curtis, H Meurer, P Miller

(2015), pp. 1-5, Alcohol alcohol, Oxford, Eng., C1


Drug use in Australian nightlife settings: estimation of prevalence and validity of self-report

P Miller, A Curtis, R Jenkinson, N Droste, S Bowe, A Pennay

(2015), Vol. 110, pp. 1803-1810, Addiction, London, Eng., C1


Longitudinal predictors of domestic violence perpetration and victimization: asystematic review

B Costa, C Kaestle, A Walker, A Curtis, A Day, J Toumbourou, P Miller

(2015), Vol. 24, pp. 261-272, Aggression and violent behavior, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Changes in injury-related hospital emergency department presentations associated with the imposition of regulatory versus voluntary licensing conditions on licensed venues in two cities

P Miller, A Curtis, D Palmer, L Busija, J Tindall, N Droste, K Gillham, K Coomber, J Wiggers

(2014), Vol. In Press, pp. 314-322, Drug and Alcohol Review, London, Eng., C1


Alcohol, masculinity, honour and male barroom aggression in an Australian sample

P Miller, S Wells, R Hobbs, L Zinkiewicz, A Curtis, K Graham

(2014), Vol. 33, pp. 136-143, Drug and alcohol review, Oxford, England, C1


Key stakeholder views of venue lockouts in Newcastle and Geelong

P Miller, D Palmer, E McFarlane, A Curtis

(2014), Vol. 16, pp. 38-53, Crime prevention and community safety, Basingstoke, England, C1


Diabetes in people with an intellectual disability: a systematic review of prevalence, incidence and impact

K McVilly, J McGillivray, A Curtis, J Lehmann, L Morrish, J Speight

(2014), Vol. 31, pp. 897-904, Diabetic Medicine, England, London, C1


Sentencing offenders with mental impairment: the case of arsonists with intellectual disability

A Curtis, K McVilly, A Day

(2014), Vol. 5, pp. 78-87, Journal of intellectual disabilities and offending behaviour, Bingley, England, C1


The impact of specialist training on professional identity, organisational membership, organisational commitment and stress in correctional psychologists

A Curtis, A Day

(2013), Vol. 15, pp. 130-140, Journal of forensic practice, Bingley, England, C1


The association between an abusive father-son relationship, quantity of alcohol consumption, and male-to-male alcohol-related agression

P Miller, J Hargreaves, A Curtis, L Zinkiewicz

(2013), Vol. 37, pp. 1571-1576, Alcoholism: clinical and experimental research, Chichester, England, C1


Arson treatment programmes for offenders with disability : a systematic review of the literature

A Curtis, K McVilly, A Day

(2012), Vol. 3, pp. 186-205, Journal of learning disabilities and offending behaviour, Bingley, England, C1-1


Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

VCGLR Liquor forum evaluation

Dr Ashlee Curtis, Prof Peter Miller, A/Prof Darren Palmer, Dr Nic Droste, Dr Kerri Coomber, Dr Shannon Hyder, Miss Florentine Martino

  • 2016: $9,981
  • 2015: $39,930

Queensland alcohol-fuelled violence policy evaluation

Prof Peter Miller, Dr Jason Ferris, Dr Kerri Coomber, Dr Nicholas Carah, A/Prof Kypros Kypri, Prof Jakob Najman, Prof Robin Room, A/Prof Alan Clough, A/Prof Belinda Lloyd, Dr Sarah Callinan, Dr Jason Jiang, Dr Michael Livingston, Ms Sharon Matthews, Dr Elizabeth Manton, Dr Nic Droste, Dr Ashlee Curtis

  • 2017: $87,600
  • 2016: $115,201


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