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Synthetic cannabinoids are more potent than cannabis and exhibit effects more typically associated with psychostimulants, a new study has found.
The Drug Trends team at NDARC has released a number of bulletins and presentations that are available online now.
NCETA’s Responding to Pharmaceutical Opioid-related Problems: A resource for prescribers, and the accompanying literature review are both available for download from NCETA’s website.
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) has released its Annual Report 2018 and again highlights low availability of opioid medications for pain relief in low income countries.
Recognising the need to provide ongoing support to workplaces to assist them address AOD and safety related issues, NCETA regularly offers advice and consultancy to a range of businesses and organi
Researchers are conducting a community-wide evaluation of the Cracks in the Ice Community Toolkit and want to hear from you!
The peer-reviewed ‘Review of the harmful use of alcohol among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’ is now available in a plain language format.
A project to investigate the feasibility of delivering routine alcohol screening and brief intervention in a hospital emergency setting has won a WA Health Excellence Award.
NCETA is partnering once again with Middlesex University (UK) and Matua Raki (NZ) to conduct the highly successful Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)
NCETA’s latest resource, Responding to Pharmaceutical Opioid-related Problems: A resource for prescribers which was launched on Friday 8 February 2019, at Flinders University’s Victoria Sq
NCETA’s Professor Ann Roche was invited to present a webinar on workplace alcohol and other drug (AOD) related issues on 11 December 2018, to the Addiction Doctors Program.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Tuesday 15 October 2019