October 2015

This project aims to provide an assessment of the societal costs of methamphetamine use and in the process develop a methodology that can be applied to other drugs.

October 2015

NCETA and collaborators have been commissioned to develop an online training package on ice for frontline workers.

October 2015

This study examines how the funding of homelessness services influences service provision and outcomes for homeless people.

October 2015

This project will examine knowledge of and attitudes towards naloxone, and feasibility and acceptability of take-home naloxone kits for people released from prison.

October 2015

This study aims to develop and understand pharmacists’ attitudes, perceptions and confidence in different areas of harm reduction including naloxone supply.

October 2015

This project will examine the antecedents, correlates and consequences of work-related injury amongst employees aged between 15 and 24 years.

October 2015

This research aims to identify, describe and compare work-related injuries experienced by older workers.

August 2015

This project proposes the first-ever outpatient RCT to test the efficacy, safety and cost-effectiveness of the pharmaceutical c

August 2015

Involving children in social research is important; however there remains considerable uncertainty about how to balance children's protection with participant. NDARC is conducting research to understand and address the tensions between the protection of children and their participation in research, and to explore how ethics committees, parents, and children themselves manage and navigate these tensions.

August 2015

AOD treatment services have reported an increase in the number of clients seeking treatment for methamphetamine use. NCETA is conducting a training needs analysis to identify the impact this is having on services and identify workforce development initiatives to support organisations to respond to the needs of such clients.

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