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The latest National Alcohol Indicators Bulletin, Estimated alcohol-attributable deaths and hospitalisations in Australia, 2010 to 2017, shows that in 2017 an estimated 4,276 Australian adults died.
This paper reviews all fatal poisonings related to novel synthentic opiods (NSOs) in Australia 2000–2021 identified in the National Coronial Information System.
The latest Drug Trends bulletin looked at Crystal Methamphetamine use and the use of commercial pipes.
The latest Drug Trends Bulletin looked at trends in the prescribed and non-prescribed benzodiazepine use.
“There are so many options for cutting back or quitting alcohol it’s hard to know what will be most effective,” NDRI Adjunct Professor Nicole Lee wrote in The Conversation recently.
Associations between longer-term alcohol-related conditions and licensed outlet trading hours are not well understood.
This review examines the practice of excluding smokers with MHDs and reasons for such exclusion in clinical trials evaluating pharmacotherapy treatments for smoking cessation.
Recognition of the role of structural, cultural, political and social determinants of health is increasing.
Different forms of alcohol-related harm (e.g., hangovers, fighting) may confer differential risk of clinically relevant alcohol problems.
Industry self-regulation is the dominant approach to managing alcohol advertising in Australia and many other countries.
This article outlines the experiences of a postgraduate student conducting research on drug use and ‘wild self-care’ in the format of a dialogue with their supervisor.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
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