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This project aims to develop a unique intervention that increases the engagement of Aboriginal young people with youth mental health services.
NCETA’s WorkLife AOD workplace wellbeing service assists organisations to implement appropriate and realistic policies and procedures, and develop
NCETA is continuing to expand its program of work with the Primary Health Networks (PHN) by providing them with tailored advice and support on work
This research is aimed at transforming systems to improve mental health and drug and alcohol outcomes for Aboriginal people.
This NHMRC-funded study will address important knowledge gaps in the sexual lives of prisoners to inform evidence-based policy responses.
Occupational wellbeing refers to the extent to which AOD and other workers perceive that their lives are going well.
NCETA is extending its highly successful 2014 systematic review of qualitative research concerning the efficacy of drug testing.
NDARC has been invited to undertake research in partnership with NSW Aboriginal drug and alcohol Residential Rehabilitation Services.
Dramatic increases in opioid use have been observed in Australia, and many parts of North America and Europe.
The PATH to Midlife project will analyse trajectories of anxiety and depression from early adulthood to midlife, identifying patterns of comorbidity and risk factors including substance use.
NCETA has been commissioned by the Northern Territory Primary Health Network to undertake a comprehensive AOD sector workforce development needs assessment.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Substance Misuse Prevention and Service Improvements Grants Fund.
Page last updated: Tuesday 8 August 2017