April 2016

This collaboration between leading Australian and US researchers will trial an intervention developed for women convicted of violent offences that targets substance use, mental health and violence.

April 2016

This study will investigate the relationship between social media use and alcohol consumption among Australian and Indian youth.

April 2016

This study will examine the extent and severity of cardiac disease amongst recent cases of sudden or unnatural death involving methamphetamine.

April 2016

The Brain Games Study aims to determine whether online cognitive training exercises can help prevent the future development of mental illness and substance misuse in adolescents.

February 2016

NCETA is collaborating with Odyssey House Victoria to develop an online training package to help alcohol and other drug (AOD) services appropriately identify and respond to gambling in AOD clients.

February 2016

NCETA is extending its WorkLife program and working with an Australian petroleum company to develop and implement a tailored workplace alcohol and drug (AOD) risk/harm management package.

February 2016

NCETA is undertaking a study to explore social work students’ attitudes towards; and their knowledge, skills and capabilities for working with clients who may present with AOD and/or gambling problems.

February 2016

NCETA has partnered with a USA-based research team to conduct a historical review of the development and evolution of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) around the world from the 1960s through to the present time.

February 2016

NDARC is undertaking a project which aims to address crucial questions about when and how to intervene to prevent the onset and exacerbation of alcohol and anxiety comorbidity.

February 2016

Tobacco smoking is a leading cause of preventable disease and death. New strategies that have a greater population wide health benefit are needed, yet there are few effective evidence-based interventions. This study aims to redress this gap.

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