November 2022

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is caused by prenatal alcohol exposure and is the most prevalent preventable neurodevelopmental disorder, and the prevalence of FASD in Australia is so far unknown.

November 2022

The NCETA research team is conducting an online focus group study to understand parents’ views on alcohol messaging. Previous research has found that parental stage, parenting style and key sociodemographic characteristics (including parent gender and education) are associated with parental supply, and likely to contribute to message interpretation and subsequent behaviour.

September 2022

Alcohol, tobacco and other drug use in pregnancy is one of the leading preventable causes of adverse perinatal outcomes and a range of harms across

July 2022

NDRI researchers would like to speak with young people who were in Year 12, or an alternative, during 2021.

May 2022

The Australian Government Department of Health (the Department) has commissioned NCETA to review and revise the National Alcohol and other Drug Wor

May 2022

This study, the first of its kind to apply a continuous quality improvement approach to address AOD issues in an Aboriginal community-controlled pr

February 2022

Injection drug use and methamphetamine smoking are associated with the majority of illicit drug-related harms and associated costs in Australia.

November 2021

The National Drug Research Institute is collaborating with Wungening Aboriginal Corporation to undertake a new project to inform culturally respons

November 2021

AOD (Alcohol and Other Drugs) use is more prevalent among employees and has resulted in significant costs to Australia's society, workplaces and in

November 2021

To date, alcohol-related risk perceptions have typically been researched among youth, with little attention directed towards older adults.

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