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This project aims to develop a unique intervention that increases the engagement of Aboriginal young people with youth mental health services.
Cannabis remains one of the most commonly used psychoactive substances in the United States, and current epidemiological studies indicate broadenin
This Evidence Check forms a background document for the NSW Government public awareness strategy to reinforce the Government’s mess
This project aims to develop a novel, school-based early intervention for students facing a disciplinary sanction for a cannabis issue or otherwise identified with early or problematic cannabis use.
The TAP study explores the concept of ‘treatment and prevention’; treatment not only results in cure for the individual, but also prevents the spread of hepatitis C virus (HCV) to others.
This study will examine whether cognitive training is effective in reducing a range of psychopathology in youth at high risk for developing a mental illness, as determined by a standardised measure of personality.
This project will collect and examine substance use and addiction screening and diagnostic tools currently being used in two countries: Australia and Canada.
This study aims to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of enhanced compliance instruction (via text messaging) to increase smoking cessation rates among low-SES smokers.
Through its membership of the GAaP, NCETA continues to work with its international partners to develop and implement initiatives.
NCETA is embarking on a new program of research about alcohol and other drug use among ageing populations.
NCETA is developing nationally a consistent ‘fit for work’ policy and associated procedures for the Construction, Forestry, Mining, & Energy Union (CFMEU).
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Substance Misuse Prevention and Service Improvements Grants Fund.
Page last updated: Tuesday 8 August 2017