November 2014

This paper, published in The Lancet Psychiatry in September 2014, aimed to provide a broad picture of the psychosocial consequences of adolescent cannabis use.

November 2014

This article discusses some considerations that can guide policy development within Australia regarding alcohol-exposed pregnancies and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.

November 2014

This paper spotlights researchers' analyses of mortality in cohorts treated with oral naltrexone and methadone. They found large-scale use of oral naltrexone to treat opioid users may not have, as intended, saved lives.

November 2014

This publication summarises results from a study that set out to observe if, when, and how clinicians working in a publically funded alcohol/other drug (AOD) clinical service might utilise a computer-based psychological treatment program in their clinical practice.

November 2014

Since the mid-1990s, there have been calls to make naloxone, a prescription-only medicine in many countries, available to heroin and other opioid users and their peers and family members to prevent

November 2014

Within the hospitality industry, workers in the commercial cookery sector appears particularly prone to potentially risky behaviours.

November 2014

This paper examines socioeconomic differences in alcohol-related risk-taking behaviour, and whether such differences explain socioeconomic disparities in alcohol-related harm.

November 2014

This systematic review examined risk factors for anxiety and depression among workers in male-dominated industries and forms part of NCETA’s broader program of work on worker wellbeing.

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.

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