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We are delighted to announce that the 2023 NDARC Annual Symposium registrations are now open.
The Birdiya Maya Homelessness Research Project has been recognised with a major award as part of the 2023 Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference.
Research highlighting the impact of family violence on First Nations women and children with disability has been published by the Disability Royal Commission.
NCETA were thrilled to join many public health colleagues at the PHAA 2023 Preventive Health Conference in early May.
There were 1,788 drug-induced deaths among Australians in 2021, according to preliminary estimates in a new report by the Drug Trends program at NDARC.
Three NDRI researchers have recently completed Doctor of Philosophy degrees, including two who received a Chancellor’s Commendation for an exceptional Higher Degree by Research thesis.
A big welcome to Dr Kirrilly Thompson who has joined NCETA as a Senior Research Fellow.
NCETA Director, Jacquie Bowden and former Director, Ann Roche, have joined forces to highlight an often neglected cohort in the research around alcohol consumption and increased cancer risk.
NDARC's Professor Shane Darke discusses his recently published study on deaths related to inhalant misuse in Australia.
New research demonstrating the effects of minimum alcohol pricing and debunking the industry argument that it penalises all drinkers received significant media attention.
Two new global reviews of injecting drug use have been published in Lancet Global Health.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Tuesday 19 September 2023