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NCETA conducted a pilot evaluation of Lyndon Community’s Drug and Alcohol First Aid workshop for community and health sector workers and the general public.
One in 10 people who try cannabis go on to become dependent. Cannabis withdrawal symptoms are a major barrier to quitting cannabis among dependent users.
Researchers interviewed 30 male prisoners to better under the clinical and criminal profile of those with co-occurring substance use disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. Here are their findings.
Intoxication in and around licensed premises continues to be common, despite widespread training in the responsible service of alcohol and laws prohibiting service to intoxicated individuals.
This peer-reviewed paper summarises the findings of a national study that examined Indigenous AOD workers’ perspectives on their wellbeing, stress and burnout along with a series strategies to impr
This article weighs up whether the provision of regulated, quality-controlled heroin to users in specified doses would reduce heroin overdose rates.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Thursday 7 December 2017