Jump to navigation
NDARC researchers have conducted a global review of the evidence on methamphetamine use and mental health.
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.
NCETA was engaged by the National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs (NCCRED) to work with them to review Australian methamphetamine-related clinical guidelines. This research:
NCETA will have a significant presence at the upcoming 2019 Australian Public Health Conference being held in Adelaide from 17-19 September.
Since its launch in 2014, NCETA’s extremely popular Feeling Deadly/Working Deadly Resource Kit has been in high demand.
The National Alcohol and Drug Knowledgebase (NADK) has been expanded by NCETA and now includes a Pharmaceuticals Section to accompany the existing Alcohol, Cannabis and Methamphetamine Sections.
It’s been over 10 years since the last national survey of the AOD workforce.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Monday 16 December 2019