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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.
The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), UNSW Sydney hosted 'The 2020 NDARC Annual Research Symposium' as a virtual event for the first time
The National AOD workforce survey, conducted by NCETA between 14 August 2019 and 19 February 2020, involved a total of 1,506 workers.
Have you ever wanted a central repository of AOD material that related specifically to AOD issues in the workplace??? Well, now you have one.
During 2020, NCETA revamped the Centre's website (nceta.flinders.edu.au) with a fresh new design and with a greater emphasis placed on the user experience.
Want to know how your service or organisation is fairing? Well, have a look at NCETA’s new tools to help you out in this regard.
NDRI’s presence in Melbourne continues to grow, with renowned researcher Michael Livingston joining NDRI Melbourne in early 2021 and recruitment for a new a PhD Scholarship opportunity nearing comp
NCETA partnered with the Adelaide’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital to deliver a blended learning workshop for medical, nursing and allied health staff on alcohol-, tobacco- and other drug- (ATOD) related
Recently, Professor Ann Roche was invited to join 2SER 107.3 to discuss how cannabis use impacts workplace productivity and absenteeism.
A number of recent NDARC webinars are now available to watch online.
Applications are now open for NDARC higher degree (HDR) scholarships (PhD, MRes and MPhil), commencing term one 2021
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Monday 20 September 2021