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NDRI has launched new research on the social and economic costs of cannabis use
Based on its extensive and ongoing workplace AOD research program, NCETA conducted a brief workshop in Adelaide for health and safety practitioners and human resources personnel.
The S-Check Model of Care provides tools for community-based services to implement brief intervention for people who use methamphetamine.
The NDARC Drug Trends team has compiled the top ten emerging drug trends for 2019.
New research shows over 70% of teenage girls who are risky drinkers report unwanted sexual attention from other drinkers.
NDRI’s contribution to the coronial inquest into deaths at NSW music festivals was cited extensively in the coroner’s report.
NCETA staff provided a briefing to The Honourable Corey Wingard MP, South Australian Minister for Police, Emergency Services and Correctional Services and Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing.
Dan Lewer shares results of a systematic review of 92 studies that recruited people who use illicit drugs and followed them up to see how often they used health services.
A new website presenting personal stories of opioid overdose and the use of take-home naloxone to save lives has been launched.
NCETA’s Victoria Kostadinov was featured at the 2019 APSAD conference in Hobart.
NCETA met with BHP personnel from Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane to present latest findings and highlight successful approaches to addressing workplace AOD use.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Friday 7 August 2020