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The National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs (NCCRED) has engaged NCETA to develop a Workforce Development (WFD) Strategy.
While OST has made a significant contribution to reducing drug-related harm in Australia there is a gap in the literature about the history of this contribution.
NCETA has been commissioned to develop a five year NT-specific AOD WFD Strategic Framework.
This project aims to enhance health promotion and prevention responses to cannabis use and harms through a better understanding of the relationships between cannabis and tobacco use.
NCETA is partnering with the Building Trades Group Drug and Alcohol Program to evaluate the Program’s AOD Impairment Awareness Training.
Researchers are interested in hearing about the experience and treatment preferences of individuals who suffer from chronic pain.
The newly established National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs (NCCRED) has commissioned NCETA to conduct an audit of Australian met
NDRI is collaborating with Hello Sunday Morning on a research trial to evaluate the Daybreak mobile app.
NDRI’s evaluation of new take-home naloxone programs will inform the ongoing development of such programs in WA and elsewhere.
NDRI has been commissioned by South West Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD) Drug Health Services (DHS) to conduct four research projects.
This project will provide an international literature review of the approaches taken in Ireland and other jurisdictions to simple possession drug offences.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Friday 7 December 2018