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NDRI is leading a clinical trial to establish whether a new medication can help people reduce their ice use.
Over the past 16 months more than 9,300 workers across Australia and internationally have used NCETA’s highly acclaimed free, comprehensive and evidence-based online resource Ice: Training for Frontline Workers.
A new NDRI report illuminates lived experiences of alcohol and other drug addiction or dependence in Australia.
A new report on the social costs of methamphetamine in Australia has been published by NDRI.
Two new NDRI-led projects aim to transform mental health and drug and alcohol services to provide culturally appropriate access for Aboriginal people.
NDRI’s Ted Wilkes and Dennis Gray will present a free webinar on Thursday 11 May on addressing harmful alcohol and other drug use among Aboriginal Australians
NDARC has acknowledged the outstanding work of four staff members via the 2016 NDARC Awards.
Professor Ann Roche facilitated a one-day workshop of key stakeholders to address ways in which proposed variations to the Northern Territory’s Liquor Act could be evaluated.
Professor Ann Roche participated in a panel discussion examining drug and alcohol testing in the workplace at the Australasian Drug Strategy Conference.
NCETA presented on Australia’s ageing population and the concomitant changes in older people’s patterns of drug and alcohol use at the 15th World Congress on Public Health.
The National Drug Research Institute has relocated to new premises at Technology Park in the Perth suburb of Bentley, adjacent to Curtin University’s main campus.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Wednesday 15 August 2018