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We are delighted to announce NCETA’s new Director, Professor Jacqueline Bowden. Jacquie has a background in both psychology (BA Arts, Hons and PhD) and public health (Master of Public Health).
We are pleased to take this opportunity to acknowledge the outstanding leadership of Professor Ann Roche who has led NCETA over the past 21 years. Ann is transitioning towards ‘
Whilst the vast majority of people, all around the world, know that smoking can be catastrophic for their health, cigarettes remain a powerful and enduring motif in popular culture.
Results from World Mental Health Surveys have found fewer than half of the people with alcohol use disorder who sought treatment perceived their treatment as being helpful.
NDARC’s Director, Professor Michael Farrell, has been elected as Fellow of the Academy of the Social Science in Australia.
The Drug Trends program at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) at UNSW Sydney has released findings from annual surveys with hundreds of people who regularly use drugs in Australi
The 2021 NDARC Annual Research Symposium was held online across three days (20 - 22 October 2021).
With much of the Australian population emerging from long-term lockdowns recently, NDRI Adjunct Professor Nicole Lee shared strategies for people to stay safe via an article in The Conversation.
Panel discussions and the diversity of topics presented on were rated highly by delegates at the 2021 NDRI symposium.
The National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) is collaborating with Wungening Aboriginal Corporation on a new project to inform culturally responsive policy and service delivery for Aboriginal people
The annual APSAD conference is finished for another year, with excellent representation from NCETA staff as always.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Friday 12 November 2021