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NDRI Aboriginal Research Program Leader Dr Jocelyn Jones has received funding to evaluate the Dandjoo Bidi-Ak Therapeutic Pilot Court.
ATOD use can have a range of adverse effects on workers and the workplace more broadly.
This research assesses the feasibility of ACCHOs accessing selected Medicare Benefits Schedule items to provide culturally appropriate health care delivery in Australian prisons.
Education and training are important components of alcohol and other drug (AOD) workforce development.
The use of electronic-cigarettes (vapes) among adolescents has drastically increased in recent years, making it a public health priority.
Alcohol screening and brief intervention are effective in reducing risky drinking and related harms in general populations.
A major challenge for studies on the impact of alcohol outlets on neighbourhood health is determining the degree alcohol sales through outlets affe
This project tackles one of the leading drug policy and organised crime issues in Australia, namely the increased availability of crystal methamphe
Preventing and delaying the initiation of alcohol use among adolescents, and reducing risky drinking, can reduce the alcohol-related harms experien
In a world-first, NCETA has been appointed to work with The George Institute on a new project that will deliver a system for monitoring and evaluat
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
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