Ashlea Bartram

PhD, BPsych(Hons), BComm(Mgmt)

  • 11 Citations
  • 2 h-Index
20172019
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Dr Ashlea Bartram works in Tobacco Control Research and Evaluation within the Health Policy Centre Group at SAHMRI. The group delivers evidence to inform public health policy and population-based interventions to reduce the preventable burden of non-communicable diseases.

Ashlea is an early career researcher with an interest in health behaviours and behaviour change. In 2018, Ashlea completed her PhD with the University of Adelaide, where she investigated how people negotiate the social consequences of stopping or reducing alcohol consumption. Ashlea has an interest in population-level behaviour change interventions, and has previous experience in designing and managing travel behaviour change programs to enourage people to decrease their car use and take up alternative transport such as cycling, walking, and taking public transport.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Adelaide

Bachelor's Degree (Honours), University of Adelaide

Bachelor's Degree, University of Adelaide

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Research Output 2017 2019

  • 11 Citations
  • 2 h-Index
  • 4 Article

“We Were Totally Supportive, of Course”: How People Talk About Supporting a Significant Other to Stop or Reduce Their Drinking

Bartram, A., Crabb, S., Hanson-Easey, S. & Eliott, J., 1 Jul 2019, In : Qualitative Health Research. 29, 8, p. 1120-1131 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

1 Citation (Scopus)

Heroic journeys through sobriety: How temporary alcohol abstinence campaigns portray participant experiences

Bartram, A., Hanson-Easey, S. & Eliott, J., 1 May 2018, In : International Journal of Drug Policy. 55, p. 80-87 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

3 Citations (Scopus)

How have people who have stopped or reduced their alcohol consumption incorporated this into their social rituals?

Bartram, A., Eliott, J., Hanson-Easey, S. & Crabb, S., 3 Jun 2017, In : Psychology and Health. 32, 6, p. 728-744 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

7 Citations (Scopus)

‘Why can't I just not drink?’ A qualitative study of adults' social experiences of stopping or reducing alcohol consumption

Bartram, A., Eliott, J. & Crabb, S., 1 Jul 2017, In : Drug and Alcohol Review. 36, 4, p. 449-455 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle