Professor Jacqueline Bowdenis Director of the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University. She is a behavioural scientist who has worked at the interface of research and public health policy for more than twenty years (particularly in tobacco and alcohol control, and more recently other drugs). Jacqueline has a background in both psychology (BA (Hons) and PhD) and public health (MPH). She has been a key advisor to South Australian Government for 15 years, and Commonwealth Government. Jacqueline previously managed the implementation of research and evaluation for all SA Government-funded tobacco control programs (and overarching strategies). She has been a consultant in research and evaluation design, and currently holds an NHMRC Early Career Fellowship to investigate ways to reduce parental supply of alcohol. She is also lead evaluator of Australia’s national campaign to raise the risks of drinking during pregnancy and is President of the SA Branch of the Public Health Association of Australia.