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NDRI’s Steve Allsop has been involved in a new documentary film that highlights stigma and discrimination around drug use.
More than 11,000 workers across Australia have registered for NCETA’s extremely popular free online Ice: Training for Frontline Workers.
An NDARC study has found no evidence to support the practice of parents providing alcohol to their teenagers to protect them from alcohol-related risks during early adolescence.
Tamper-resistant tablets prove less attractive to people who inject drugs, but have little effect on population level issues linked to overprescribing, overuse, and harm of opioids.
In October, 2017, NCETA conducted a half-day workshop for key stakeholders including prescribers, pharmacists, researchers, frontline AOD workers and primary health care staff on the prevention and
NDRI recently hosted Beyond Violence facilitator training for around 50 attendees.
As part of its ongoing collaboration with the peak AOD bodies across Australia, NCETA has been invited by VAADA and WANADA on behalf of the Peaks Capacity Building Network to assist them to develop
NCETA welcomed the opportunity to contribute to two recent policy debates / developments both nationally and in South Australia.
Since its inception, NCETA was always been located in the School of Medicine at Flinders University.
Professor Ann Roche was invited by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RACGP) to contribute an article to the College’s monthly news magazine, Good Practice which is delivered to a
NDRI recently hosted a 30th anniversary symposium, held to mark three decades of research aimed at preventing and reducing harmful alcohol and other drug use in Australia.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Wednesday 26 February 2020