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We are delighted to announce that the 2023 NDARC Annual Symposium registrations are now open.
Offering incentives to potential respondents has long been a common way to encourage participation in research. However, this method of participant recruitment also presents unique challenges in the context of the ever-more-connected digital world.
The 2022 NCCRED symposium will present new clinical research findings that have the potential to transform healthcare responses to methamphetamine and emerging drugs.
Internationally-renowned alcohol researcher Professor Peter Miller will present NDRI’s October webinar, examining the findin
NDRI Director Professor Simon Lenton joined Curtin University’s ‘The Future Of…’podcast to discuss recent changes in cannabis law in Australia and around the world and options for what ‘the future
NDRI researchers from both sides of Australia will be in Darwin in early October, presenting research to the APSAD Scientific Drug and Alcohol Conference on topics ranging from alcohol policy to na
APSAD is fast approaching and the NCEATA team are busy putting the final touches on their presentations.
Registration is open for the 2022 symposium, which will showcase the work of leading AOD national and international researchers.
The Framework provides a uniform vision for what service quality and success can look like and suggested metrics for quality and success.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Tuesday 19 September 2023