The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) is conducting a review of the development of EAPs, from 1960 to the present, funded by the Employee Assistance Research Foundation.
Drug and Alcohol Research Connections is an online publication from Australia’s collaborative network of alcohol and other drug research centres: the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) and the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA). The latest edition is available now
NCETA has won a competitive international grant to conduct a historical review of the development and evolution of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) around the world from the 1960s through to the present time
This report presents findings of NCETA's Workplace Reduction of Alcohol-Related Harm Project (WRAHP). It details the positive impacts that NCETA's Changing Workplace Cultures Model has on employees' behaviour and wellbeing. The report was launched by VicHealth at their Creating Healthy Workplaces Forum on 23 March 2016.
Ice: Training for Frontline Workers was developed by NCETA as part of the Victorian Government’s Ice Action Plan. It is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of frontline workers including those from the health and welfare, education, criminal justice and transport sectors
A new Methamphetamine knowledge base has been launched today by NCETA. It contains up-to-date information and data, in the form of 80 frequently asked questions (FAQs), about Methamphetamine, including crystal methamphetamine (ice). It forms part of NCETA’s National Alcohol and Drug Knowledgebase
Preventing and Reducing Alcohol- and Other Drug-Related Harm among Older People: A practical guide for health and welfare professionals
The patterns and prevalence of alcohol and other drug use amongst older people is an emerging area of concern due to Australia's ageing population. This guide was developed by NCETA, in collaboration with Peninsula Health, Victoria, to assist specialist and generalist clinicians to assess and respond to the range of AOD-related harms impacting older people