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For the first time in more than a decade, the Kettil Bruun Society (KBS) Symposium returns to Australia, with the 2024 annual symposium to be held from May 27-31 in Fremantle/Walyalup.
Save Thursday 7 March 2024 for NCETA's Symposium at Flinders University, Bedford Park, South Australia. More details to be provided soon.
The recent APSAD conference in Adelaide showcased the extensive research of the NDARC team with 38 attendees and five virtual attendees.
The NCETA team were proud to be actively involved in the APSAD 23 Conference in November.
Scientia Professor Degenhardt, AO, has been named the leading Addiction Researcher in
NDRI research was on show at the 2023 APSAD Conference, with several of our researchers presenting on topics ranging from alcohol and cannabis policy to take-home naloxone.
As part of commitment to mental health, the NCETA team embraced the One Foot Forward challenge throughout October, supporting the Black Dog Institute.
NDRI hosted an international research fellow speaking on lived experience and drug policy as its final webinar for 2023.
"[This session] inspired me around the inclusion of education programs and possible partnerships.
NCETA are seeking an outstanding candidate for a PhD scholarship to undertake a program of research within a broader NHMRC Ideas Grant entitled: Developing and applying a world-first alcohol market
NDRI Aboriginal Research Program Leader Dr Jocelyn Jones provided direct advice on Indigenous child removals to the United Nations during its recent visit to WA.
The national centres are supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program
Page last updated: Tuesday 28 November 2023