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New National Alcohol Indicators research shows alcohol responsible for 6000 deaths a year in Australia, with more than one third due to cancer.
Congratulations to Ms Jacqui Cameron from NCETA who has received a three-year Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship to undertake a PhD on Knowledge translation of research
Professor Ann Roche was a keynote speaker at a recent workshop conducted in Adelaide by Australian Medical Placements.
Almost 9,000 people have enrolled in NCETA’s free online Ice: Training for Frontline Workers since its launch in January 2016. The resource has been updated to include a new Topic in Module 5.
The Annual Report of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) of the United Nations, has called on governments worldwide to implement gender sensitive drug programs and facilitate greater a
NDARC’s Lexine Stapinksi and Suzanne Nielsen have been awarded two year NHMRC Translating Research into Practice (TRIP) fellowships.
NDRI awarded new funding for research into methamphetamine treatment, naloxone uptake, and use of performance and image enhancing drugs
Abstract submissions are now being sought for the fourth biennial Contemporary Drug Problems conference in Helsinki, Finland from 23-25 August 2017.
Researchers have found evidence that even low volume drinking can increase the risk of prostate cancer
NCETA’s Can I Ask…?
Following her recent opening presentation at the New South Wales Network of Alcohol and Other Drug Agencies and Women’s AOD Services Network forum, Professor Ann Roche was invited by the Foundation
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Thursday 8 March 2018