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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.
NADA and the Women’s AOD Network recently hosted a one day forum to explore strategies for identifying and responding to victims of domestic violence.
NCETA made significant contributions to the success of the 4th National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference 2016.
After nearly 12 years as Director of the National Drug Research Institute at Curtin University, Professor Steve Allsop has stepped down from the role, but will remain at NDRI as a senior academic t
Livesofsubstance.org will be Australia’s first dedicated website presenting personal stories of alcohol and drug addiction.
Even though it was published 10 years ago, NCETA’s Health Professionals’ Attitudes Towards Licit and Illicit Drug Users
Professor Ann Roche has been invited to present at the Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies’ (NADA) first official women’s AOD network associate membership event.
In recognition of the link between IPV and AOD use and hospital presentations as a result of IPV, NCETA staff conducted a highly successful one-day workshop with staff at a major public teaching ho
Professor Ann Roche was one of the international speakers at the Wellbeing at Work Conference held in Amsterdam in late May to early June 2016.
Following the successful launch of its Ice: Training for Frontline Workers, in January 2016, NCETA is pleased to announce that Module 7 – Organisation
NCETA Support to Canterbury Rebuild Safety Charter, New Zealand
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
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