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The National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs (NCCRED) has engaged NCETA to develop a Workforce Development (WFD) Strategy.
Substance use among pregnant women is a significant public health issue.
This innovative study aims to contribute significantly to our understanding of methamphetamines in Aboriginal community contexts.
This study aims to extend the period of abstinence created by the NT prison-smoking ban into the community.
This project will adopt a novel approach to quantitative research to consult and collaborate with Aboriginal parents, families and elders.
This project aims to identify effective ways of reducing stigma and discrimination.
NCETA is building on its workplace program of work undertaken with Shell Aviation Australia (SAA).
NCETA is working with WANADA to identify ways to develop the AOD workforce in WA.
This project will examine the range of factors impacting on AOD worker wellbeing.
Preventing and responding to harmful patterns of pharmaceutical opioid use can represent a significant challenge for many prescribers.
This study will identify and explore of issues arising from the first jurisdiction to implement legislation for the recreational use of marijuana.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Friday 7 December 2018