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A world first Australian study has found that psychostimulant use plays a major role in stroke deaths occurring before age 45.
A new tool developed by NDRI researchers to identify and show alcohol harm trends is now available online at alcoholharmtool.info.
NDARC, NDRI and NCETA have welcomed the announcement of $268 million in funding to support drug and alcohol research and treatment in Australia.
Peer organisations are invited to apply for a participation award towards the cost of attending and presenting at the fifth Contemporary Drug Problems conference in Italy.
Experts from the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at UNSW Sydney have written a new book on illicit drugs and health.
NCETA's Allan Trifonoff recently conducted an interactive workshop for Aboriginal AOD and Social and Emotional Wellbeing Workers on strategies to support them do their job.
The NDARC seminar presented by Professor David Nutt from Imperial College London is available to watch online now.
Professor Ann Roche was invited to present the findings from NCETA’s research examining differential patterns of risky alcohol use and illicit drug displacement effects among young workers to the i
The Drug Trends team at NDARC has released a number of bulletins and presentations that are available online now.
NCETA’s Responding to Pharmaceutical Opioid-related Problems: A resource for prescribers, and the accompanying literature review are both available for download from NCETA’s website.
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) has released its Annual Report 2018 and again highlights low availability of opioid medications for pain relief in low income countries.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Monday 20 May 2019