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There were more than five drug-induced deaths per day in Australia in 2019, with an increase in deaths involving amphetamines and cocaine, says new report.
A new report from researchers at The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), UNSW Sydney, has found that a person’s characteristics, their treatment, and the prescriber all have signific
This paper examined how declines in youth drinking fit into other youth behaviour.
This narrative review aimed to examine processes around how Indigenous Peoples were included in alcohol policy development.
Adolescent females are three times more likely than males to experience increasing numbers of alcohol-related blackouts according to a first of its kind report.
Key Findings from the National Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS) Interviews 2020.
Globally, there has been growing attention focussed on the changing patterns of youth drinking. There has been a worldwide trend for youth drinking to decrease overall as well as at risky levels.
The impact of AOD use on the service delivery system is substantial.
The Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS) project has been adapted to collect important data on people’s experiences during COVID-19.
This bulletin reports on trends in the availability and type of substances sold on the internet via cryptomarkets over the last 13 months.
In an effort to limit the impact of alcohol on the Western Australian (WA) health system during the coronavirus disease (COVID‐19) pandemic, the WA Government introduced temporary restrictions on t
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
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