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This study aimed to determine the clinical characteristics and circumstances of death of people undergoing naltrexone treatment for opioid dependence.
The use of performance- and image-enhancing drugs (PIEDs) has been a topic of considerable research interest since the 1980s, with the vast majority of PIED consumers being men.
This study aimed to determine the prevalence and incidence of prescription opioid analgesic use in Australia and compare the characteristics of people with and without cancer initiating prescription opioid analgesics.
This study explored substance use prevalence, related harms, and attitudes among culturally and linguistically diverse populations in Australia.
This paper reviews the available literature relating to Australian Aboriginal women prisoners’ experiences of being a mother.
This paper describes the evolving landscape of alcohol-related liver disease and reviews relevant public health treatment options.
This study involving qualitative interviews with a range of service providers puts ice use and its associated harm into context within remote Australia.
Alcohol and other drug use (AOD) is one of society’s most stigmatised behaviours. It manifests in a variety of settings and contexts, including the workplace.
Some university students consume pharmaceutical stimulants without a medical prescription with the goal of improving their academic performance.
This study examined the percentage of people who are opioid naïve at the time of TD fentanyl initiation in Australia; strengths initiated; and characteristics associated with being opioid naïve.
This study describes treatment uptake among a sample of people who inject drugs PWID in Australia and examines sociodemographic and drug use variables associated with treatment uptake.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
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