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One-third of the sample who regularly used ecstasy had tested their illicit drugs in the last year.
This book brings evidence and expertise on cannabis law reform together with lessons learned from the regulation of alcohol, tobacco and other psychoactive substances.
This study aimed to investigate the rates, characteristics and manner of cannabis-related deaths recorded in Australia (2000-2018).
This study examined a range of potential predictors of work engagement among Australian AOD non-government workers.
NCCRED researchers undertook a comprehensive assessment of research literature on pharmacotherapy for AMPH/MA.
This study investigated whether there was any association between the alcopops tax and national chlamydia rates.
This is the first national study to examine the characteristics of suicide deaths with a focus on people with chronic noncancer pain (CNCP).
Background: Residential rehabilitation treatment (including both Therapeutic Communities (TC) and non-TC rehabs) is a key component of service delivery for people seeking treatment for substance us
The existence and potential level of cardioprotection from alcohol use is contested in alcohol studies.
This study aimed to examine the correlates of indicators of potential extra‐medical opioid use in people prescribed opioids for chronic non‐cancer pain (CNCP).
This paper explored socio-demographic and ecological variables associated with HCV antibody (anti-HCV) prevalence among samples of people who inject drugs.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
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