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NDRI researchers will be collaborating with others to quantify the social and economic costs of cannabis and opioid use in Australia.
This project will enable NCETA to provide guidance to schools on the essential features of effective school-based alcohol education programs.
This research will analyse the key concept underlying much of the political struggle over AOD policy and service provision: addiction.
NDARC will conduct focus groups with people who inject drugs in SA and NSW to explore their perceptions of existing trafficking laws and anticipated effects of law reform.
This project meets a need, identified by the Department of Health, for an online portal to help school communities access evidence-based information and drug prevention programs.
NCETA is working with South Australia Police to examine the impact of prescribed Schedule 8 opioid and stimulant use on car crashes.
In this project NCETA will systematically review the literature around the quality of life of clients of therapeutic communities.
NCETA has been commissioned by SafeWork SA to examine the nature and extent of prescribed opioid use among SA workers and its relationship with WorkCover claims.
This project examines the extra-medical use of oxycodone in Australia as a new tamper-resistant formulation of OxyContin is due to be introduced to the market.
This NDRI project will investigate the effectiveness of current internet interventions and examine means of improving access, engagement and retention in internet interventions targeting substance use problems and disorders.
This pilot study explores the role of criminal and family law in the identification and management of addictions.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Thursday 11 October 2018