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New National Alcohol Indicators research shows alcohol responsible for 6000 deaths a year in Australia, with more than one third due to cancer.
NDARC researchers are recruiting participants to trial a new intervention for young people who experience anxiety symptoms and drink alcohol at harmful levels.
NDARC researchers are looking for people who have experienced alcohol problems in the past to participate in a unique interview experience.
A number of presentations from the 2017 NDARC Annual Research Symposium are available online to view and download.
The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) at UNSW has won more than $4.5 million in national health and medical research grants for five projects spanning a range of topics.
A free, confidential, self-guided early intervention program for users of crystal methamphetamine (ice), developed by researchers at NDRI and NDARC, is now available online.
NDRI is hosting a symposium in Perth to mark 30 years of conducting research aimed at preventing and reducing harmful AOD use in Australia.
NCETA is conducting a half day workshop for approximately 30 key South Australian stakeholders to identify key issues regarding the prevention and management of pharmaceutical opioid-related problems.
Younger methamphetamine users – those aged below 45 – are at increased risk of a potentially severe and life-changing stroke through their use of the drug.
NCETA is conducting a series of workforce development consultation workshops in the Central Queensland/Wide Bay/Sunshine Coast Primary Health Network (PHN) catchment area.
NCETA staff facilitated two one-day workshops on crystal methamphetamine (ice) for approximately 60 frontline workers, supervisors and managers from 14 service providers in Alice Springs.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Thursday 8 March 2018