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Preventing Harmful Drug Use In Australia

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14.04.17

ABORIGINAL DATA SEMINAR

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander data sovereignty in Australia: Principles and practice

13.04.17

DRUG REHAB - THE CONVERSATION

'What is ‘success’ in drug rehab? Programs need more than just anecdotes to prove they work'

10.04.17

CRACKS IN THE ICE

New online toolkit providing information and resources about crystal methamphetamine (ice)

15.03.17

AYAHUASCA EXPLAINED

The dangers of potent South American hallucinogen - Stephen Bright on RTRFM

03.03.17

MOTHERS IN PRISON

Women who commit violent crimes: new research aims to break cycle - The Conversation

14.02.17

FACT CHECK - 'ICE' RATES

It's true – WA has the nation's highest rate of methamphetamine use

29.12.16

THE CONVERSATION

Why do our friends want us to drink and dislike it when we don't?

NEWS ARCHIVE

Curtin Health Research Campus

Welcome

The National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) conducts and disseminates high quality research that contributes to the primary prevention of harmful drug use and the reduction of drug related harm in Australia.

NDRI, which was formed in 1986, plays a key role in national harm prevention strategies through research designed to establish the preventive potential of legislative, economic, regulatory and educational interventions.

NDRI is located in Technology Park, next to Curtin University's main campus in the southern Perth suburb of Bentley and receives core funding from the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

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