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Anyone with an interest in cannabis law reform should register for NDRI’s Annual Symposium, this year taking place in Melbourne on Thursday 22 November.
NDRI researchers Dr Julia Butt and Dr Robert Tait are the conference co-convenors for the 2015 APSAD scientific conference.
NCETA recently hosted a national conference 'Grey Matters: Preventing and responding to alcohol and other drug problems among older Australians'.
Congratulations to NDARC award winners Kari Lancaster, Caitlin Hughes and Delyse Hutchinson.
NCETA will be hosting the National Methamphetamine Symposium: Making Research Work in Practice on 12 May 2015.
NDRI is hosting an intensive program on Drugs, Policy and Public Health aimed at improving the integration of research into drug policy formulation at local, state, national and international levels.
NCETA has developed a new VET AOD training resource, "Cannabis Makes the Grade: A resource to support the development of a ‘cannabis competent’ workforce in the AOD sector".
NCETA has conducted a workshop for ACT-based nongovernment treatment and support services aimed at helping participants prepare and plan for future funding applications.
A special edition of the Harm Reduction Journal focussing on harm reduction in Asia is being edited by Professor Kate Dolan. Submissions are now open.
NDARC will be hosting three national conferences during 2015. Mark the dates in your diaries.
Building knowledge in the alcohol and other drug (AOD) sector, and providing insights into how to improve the integration of research outcomes into policy, are key objectives of the Drugs, Policy and Public Health program being run in mid-2015.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Thursday 11 October 2018