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Synthetic cannabinoids are more potent than cannabis and exhibit effects more typically associated with psychostimulants, a new study has found.
New resources based on the Review of the Harmful Use of Alcohol Among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are now available online.
NDARC researchers recently attended a workshop at the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Institute of Neuroscience (ION) in Shanghai, China.
NCETA was represented by Professor Ann Roche at the ICARA Annual meeting on 27-29 August in Prague, Czech Republic.
A delegation from the Republic of Indonesia National Narcotics Board (BNN) visited NDARC in August as part of a study tour.
NCETA was invited to present to a workshop of the Adelaide PHN’s newly established AOD Special Interest Areas (SIA) group.
Professor Julie Bruneau, lead author of a recently published national Canadian guideline for treating opioid use disorders will speak at the NDARC Annual Research Symposium.
Professor Louis Fiore from the Boston University School of Medicine will share his experience and knowledge of point of care clinical trials at NDARC's Annual Research Symposium.
The National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs (NCCRED) has been established to support the provision of clinical treatment interventions to people experiencing problems related to the
Over the past three years, NCETA has partnered with the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Clinical Education Centre to conduct a one-day workshop for medical, nursing and allied health staff on identifyin
Many prescribers in Australia have patients experiencing difficulties with their use of pharmaceutical opioids.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Tuesday 15 October 2019