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Synthetic cannabinoids are more potent than cannabis and exhibit effects more typically associated with psychostimulants, a new study has found.
The 2019 National AOD Workforce Survey is open to anyone working in the sector. Have you completed it yet?
Applications are now open for NDARC HDR scholarships commencing Term 1, 2020.
NDRI’s Simon Lenton is taking part in a series of public lectures on cannabis policy reform in the lead-up to the NZ national referendum.
Ann Roche was invited to present on NCETA’s research program at the International Symposium of Adolescent Substance Abuse and Prevention in Taiwan.
A summary based on the Review of kava use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is now available.
NCETA’s research findings examining AOD use among younger people, older people and high-risk occupational groups were placed under the microscope at the recent Australian Public Health Conference 2019.
You’re invited to a free screening of the documentary Half a Million Steps followed by a panel discussion.
A webinar is now available on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander worker wellbeing and resources and strategies for dealing with stressful work-related issues.
NDARC’s Dr Amy Peacock was awarded $1.4 million through the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Investigator Grant scheme.
NCETA conducted a workshop on identifying and responding to workers’ AOD use at the Australian Logistics Council (ALC) Supply Chain Safety Summit in Sydney in September.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Tuesday 15 October 2019