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The ADAPT Study is exploring the impacts of COVID-19 on Australians who use illicit drugs.
This project will evaluate the utility and effectiveness of the eCliPSE portal - a website for people experiencing comorbid mental health and substance use problems, and the clinical services supporting them.
This project attempts to understand the global epidemiology of infectious disease among prisoners in all countries.
This NIH-funded project builds a system to monitor the emergence of new synthetic opioids in darknet markets or cryptomarkets.
NCETA’s WorkLife AOD workplace wellbeing service assists organisations to implement appropriate and realistic policies and procedures, and develop
NCETA is continuing to expand its program of work with the Primary Health Networks (PHN) by providing them with tailored advice and support on work
This project aims to develop a unique intervention that increases the engagement of Aboriginal young people with youth mental health services.
This research is aimed at transforming systems to improve mental health and drug and alcohol outcomes for Aboriginal people.
This NHMRC-funded study will address important knowledge gaps in the sexual lives of prisoners to inform evidence-based policy responses.
This research aims to identify and develop responsible drinking messages that will reduce total alcohol intake and discourage binge drinking consumption patterns.
Occupational wellbeing refers to the extent to which AOD and other workers perceive that their lives are going well.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Wednesday 20 May 2020