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The NDARC Webinar Series includes a compelling lineup of expert speakers, with topics including hepatitis C, drug and alcohol services and quit smoking medicines.
NDARC’s Olivia Price discusses vaccine hesitancy amongst people who inject drugs.
The National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs has published a new AOD Telephone Counselling toolkit containing eLearning modules, videos, tip sheets and other resources.
The Your WorkLife website and resources continue to be popular with over 8,000 hits on the Toolbox topics, nearly 12,000 hits on the suite of factsheets available for download, and just over 3,000 hits on the how-to-guides.
NDRI’s webinar program continues during National Reconciliation Week 2022 with a presentation from PhD Scholar Anna Stearne.
Naloxone will be available in all Australian states and territories at no cost and without a prescription from July 1.
NCCRED is producing a series of VANs – Video Abstracts by NCCRED – which are bitesize video abstracts developed for consumers and healthcare professionals to showcase NCCRED-supported research.
Researchers would like to speak with people who have been using ecstasy/MDMA or related stimulant drugs, such as MDA or cocaine, in the past 12 months.
Young people are drinking less than ever, but we don’t know whether this continues over the life-course.
The Pocket Guide to Drugs and Health is available now.
Independent news outlet CONTX Media recently sat down with NDRI researcher Dr Jodie Grigg to discuss a range of issues related to ecstasy and MDMA use.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Tuesday 3 May 2022