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This PhD scholarship opportunity will focus on alcohol and other drug use, and mental health among trans and gender diverse people in Australia.
After 29 years in the Sir Mark Oliphant Building, NCETA is moving offices (and our coffee machine) ‘up the hill’ to the Health Sciences Building, on the Flinders University Bedford Park Campus.
Summary: There was a significant increase in depression and anxiety symptoms for young Australians during COVID-19, but no greater help-seeking from mental health professionals by this gro
A new global review has found that receiving Opioid Agonist Therapy (OAT) is associated with lower risk of multiple causes of death among people with opioid dependence.
The Australian alcohol-attributable harm visualisation tool, developed by NDRI researchers to identify alcohol harm trends, has been updated with new data using the latest methods.
Several decades of service to public health have been recognised with Curtin University Emeritus Professor Colin Binns appointed to the prestigious Order of Australia.
Jude Byrne, a leader in the alcohol and other drug sector recently died peacefully surrounded by her family.
This year the NDARC Annual Research Symposium will be a hybrid event with both online sessions and an in-person event.
A new study by NDARC researchers found that problematic opioid use behaviours are typically dynamic and time-limited, rather than static, and risk assessment can predict which patients will develop opioid use disorder.
Dr Kate Dolan, Adjunct Professor at The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, established the first methadone clinic for female drug users in Iran, and her new book reveals their stories.
NCETA is excited to reveal that we are soon to launch a new online collection website focused on alcohol and other drug screening and withdrawal tools.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Monday 20 September 2021