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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.
NCETA welcomed Industry partners and colleagues to the Your WorkLife! Website information session at Flinders University’s Victoria Square building on the 23rd April.
Amid debate recently around the workplace culture within Parliament House in Canberra, NDRI Adjunct Professor Nicole Lee wrote an
Medical use is the most common motivation for Australian small-scale cannabis growers and is much more common here than in most other countries, according to preliminary research findings released
Two diverse topics around alcohol and other drug policy will feature in coming weeks as part of the 2021 NDRI Webinar Series: preventing opioid overdose, and supporting young Aboriginal women.
NDRI Adjunct Associate Professor Kylie Lee’s contribution to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander alcohol and other drug field has been recognised with the Appreciation Award at the 2021 Natio
The 2021 NDRI Symposium will highlight NDRI’s research and its partnerships with communities and people affected by drug use, clinicians, educators, government and researchers.
New NDARC report highlights weakness in health system for Opioid Agonist Treatment in New South Wales.
NDARC Deputy Director Professor Anthony Shakeshaft co-authored an evaluation report of the benefits of the Take Kare Safe Space program.
The annual NDARC Awards recognise the achievements of staff and students across all levels of NDARC, and while the ceremony was a little different in 2020, outstanding efforts were celebrated.
The NDARC Webinar Series for 2021 has launched. The Series will showcase experts presenting their research on a range of topics every week.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Monday 20 September 2021