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Synthetic cannabinoids are more potent than cannabis and exhibit effects more typically associated with psychostimulants, a new study has found.
Associate Professor Ted Wilkes received one of Australia’s highest honours by being appointed an Officer (AO) of the Order of Australia.
The Kit aims to reduce stress and burnout and enhance wellbeing among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander AOD workers.
The Social Studies of Addiction Concepts (SSAC) research program will map and monitor changes in addiction concepts and language in Australia and around the world.
The National Pharmaceutical Drug Misuse Framework for Action has been released by the Australian Government Department of Health.
There was considerable media interest in research by NCETA on the AOD consumption patterns, health and well being of young hospitality industry workers.
Dr Tina Lam’s ground-breaking research on alcohol and other drug use at school leaver celebrations in Western Australia was recognised at WA’s first Action on Alcohol Awards.
NDARC research fellow Dr Frances Kay-Lambkin has been announced as the winner of the 2014 Fred Yates Prize for her innovative work in the
NDARC doctoral candidate Zahra Alam Mehrjerdi has been awarded a scholarship to present at the eighth annual International Society for the Study of Drug Policy conference in Rome.
NCETA will be running a series of cannabis workshops for TAFE and Registered Training Organisation (RTO) providers in May-June.
Professor Ann Roche of NCETA is in discussion with UK colleagues regarding an alcohol and drug Global Classroom Project.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
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