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Risk-based licensing (RBL) is among the more recent policy interventions to reduce alcohol-related harm in and around licensed venues.
This study examined alignment in parent and child reports of alcohol‐related parenting and whether misalignment related to the child ever having drunk alcohol.
This research focuses on an under-examined aspect of the post-release prison trajectory for a seldom-researched cohort.
Methamphetamine is now a global public health concern, being consumed by an estimated 14-53 million people world-wide in 2015.
Evidence of the effectiveness of workplace alcohol harm reduction strategies is limited and inconclusive due to these interventions:
Aims This narrative exploration of alcohol treatment research focuses on key contentions and advances in alcohol treatment during the critical 1970s and 1980s.
Online drug markets are expanding the boundaries of drug supply including the sale and purchase of image and performance enhancing drugs (IPEDs).
Background Although young adults receiving treatment for alcohol and other drug (AOD) use often experience disadvantaged life circumstances, there has been little qualitative research into
The need for effective, culturally safe residential rehabilitation services for Aboriginal people is widely acknowledged, however, the combination of treatment components that are optimally e
There are a number of significant gaps in our knowledge about the relationship between traumatic events and suicidal behaviours.
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.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
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