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This research will engage NT Aboriginal communities in developing effective local responses to alcohol-related harms.
This project aims to provide the first comprehensive analysis of Australian criminal justice responses relating to personal use and possession of illicit drugs and the reach of Australian drug diversion programs.
This research aims to capture a complete picture of the health and social impacts of risky behaviour in adolescence and potential benefits of investment in this age group.
The past few decades have seen substantial changes in the AOD sector that have major implications for the development of a responsive, effective, a
The oldest cohort of the Baby Boomer generation is starting to transition into aged care services.
This research aims to offer nuanced and contextualised insights into lives and settings inflected by stigma, discrimination and exclusion.
NCETA is partnering with national and international researchers to undertake the first ever investigation of the link between AOD use and safety ri
NCETA has been commissioned by South Australia Police (SAPOL) to examine potential contributory factors to Adelaide’s apparently high rates of meth
This project seeks to use linked administrative data to examine the patterns of use of prescribed opioids, quantify the risks of adverse outcomes,
Retaining patients in buprenorphine treatment is essential in maximising treatment outcomes and minimising mortality risk.
While OST has made a significant contribution to reducing drug-related harm in Australia there is a gap in the literature about the history of this contribution.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Wednesday 10 April 2019