September 2014

This research aimed to produce a robust qualitative outcome measure of young people’s progress in treatment, which would have the potential to be used more widely than existing tools, and contribute to evidence-based residential treatment options for particular groups of young people in Australia.

September 2014

This pilot study reports on the views of patrons regarding smoke-free outdoor areas in licensed premises.

September 2014

This report examines policy frameworks that support or restrict the effective implementation of child and family sensitive practices in the AOD sector.

September 2014

Methamphetamine (also known as ‘ice’ or ‘crystal meth’) is notorious for its association with violent behaviour.

September 2014

Climate Schools, a universal internet-based drug prevention program, has been shown to reduce alcohol and cannabis use among students given the intervention.

September 2014

The increasing population of prescription opioid (PO) users in the United States and elsewhere including Australia is well documented.

July 2014

Police play a crucial role in addressing harms stemming from acute alcohol intoxication. They are required to manage alcohol-related crime, violence and antisocial behaviour, as well as the impact on public perceptions of safety. NCETA interviewed 53 Australian police officers to ascertain their perspectives concerning liquor licensing legislation in Australia.

July 2014

A central issue of concern for the alcohol and other drug workforce is the high prevalence of cannabis use.

July 2014

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities experience greater alcohol and other drug misuse and associated harms than non-Indigenous Australians.

July 2014

This report presents the findings from the Healthway (WA Health Promotion Foundation) funded ‘Drinking in the Suburbs’ project.

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