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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.
Drinking alcohol with parents does not protect teenagers from engaging in risky drinking behaviour, this NDARC study has found.
Opioid-dependent patients are five times more likely to die in the first four weeks of treatment if they are prescribed methadone rather than buprenorphine, a new NDARC study has shown.
This study explored the prevalence and impact of AOD policies in Australian workplaces.
This research examined the extent to which adolescent cannabis or alcohol use predicts educational attainment in emerging adulthood.
Steroid injecting can allow transmission of blood-borne viruses, but little is known about how steroid injecting takes place and how such transmission might occur.
New figures published in the Lancet have shown deaths and disability from drugs and alcohol have soared worldwide since 2000.
This paper explores the complex and dynamic relationship between pleasure and harm as experienced by a group of young people during and after “party drug” use.
This report investigates the cost of alcohol- and drug-related absenteeism on Australian workplaces.
NCETA investigated whether vocation and education training (VET) reforms introduced in the 1990s have benefited the alcohol and other drug secor and whether any further changes were required.
This study investigated the relationship between alcohol-related victimisation and sexual orientation.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Thursday 7 December 2017