September 2014

'Could it be the gunja?' aims to provide health workers in the Aboriginal Primary Health Care sector with meaningful information and culturally appropriate resources to help them better meet the needs of those who use cannabis.

September 2014

The United Nations' Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Southeast Asia & Pacific representative will address Australia’s alcohol and other drugs (AOD) sector at the 2014 National Drugs Conference on 20 October 2014.

September 2014

NCETA's Associate Professor Nicole Lee has been appointed to the board of the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy (AACBT) as President-elect.

September 2014

NCETA has established an online network of vocational education and training (VET) alcohol and other drug (AOD) trainers to share resources and evidence-based information.

September 2014

A new book on addiction co-authored by NDRI’s Suzanne Fraser and David Moore - along with ANU’s Helen Keane - was launched on Friday 18 July.

September 2014

NCETA has been involved in an examination of vocational education and training (VET) for the alcohol and other drug (AOD) sector.

September 2014

NCETA is participating in a project to identify ways to enhance VET alcohol and other drug (AOD) training provided by registered training organisations with a specific focus on improving the cannabis content covered in VET courses.

September 2014

NCETA contributed two chapters to a new book on liquor licensing in Australia prepared by the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FA

July 2014

Keith Humphreys, Professor of Psychiatry at Stanford University and former senior policy adviser to the White House will address the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre’s (NDARC) Annual Symposium, Critical Issues and NewDirections, on 8 September 2014.

July 2014

Alcohol and other drug misuse and family and domestic violence problems are of major concern to individuals, health and welfare agencies and police. The two issues commonly co-occur. Evidence is emerging indicating that both issues need to be addressed to improve outcomes for clients, their families and children.

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