The key methamphetamine resources, and PDFs and audio visual recordings of the speaker presentations from NCETA's Methamphetamine Symposium held in Melbourne on 12 May 2015 are now available
Dr Creina Stockley has been awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Prize for Doctoral Thesis Excellence
On Wednesday 1 April 2015, the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) held a national conference on identifying, preventing and responding to alcohol and other drug problems among older Australians. The conference was held at the Education Centre, 4 Milner St, Hindmarsh, Adelaide. The speaker presentations have now been uploaded
The issue of youth alcohol consumption has received considerable attention in recent years. Although a primary prevention approach has often been implemented in schools, the wide array of available programs makes it challenging for schools to determine which programs are optimal for their student population. NCETA undertook a systematic review of school-based alcohol prevention programs with results published in two handy resources
FundAssist: An online toolkit designed to help non-government alcohol and other drug organisations prepare, plan, and write funding applications
The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), in conjunction with the state and territory alcohol and other drug (AOD) peak bodies, is pleased to announce the launch of FundAssist, an online toolkit designed to help non-government alcohol and other drug organisations prepare, plan, and write funding applications
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The Australian National Council on Drugs (ANCD) commissioned the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) to examine policy frameworks that support or restrict the effective implementation of child and family sensitive practices in the alcohol and other drugs sector. This report presents findings from the audit, review, and stakeholder consultations.
Walking a Tightrope is a comprehensive resource for people who have a family member who uses both alcohol and other drugs (AOD) and violence in their relationships. There will be three events associated with the launch of this resource. The resource will be launched on Monday 14 April 2014
The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction is requesting submissions from interested parties as part of its consultation process in developing a national alcohol and other drug (AOD) workforce development strategy