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Curtin University
National Drug Research Institute

Preventing Harmful Drug Use In Australia

News

15.11.17

WORKING WITH COMMUNITIES

NDRI 30th anniversary symposium - AOD intervention and policy research

31.10.17

PARENTS SUPPLY ALCOHOL TO KIDS

Does it make a difference to how much they drink at school leavers' celebrations?

25.10.17

CONNECTIONS - OCTOBER EDITION

The price of ice, drug testing, baby boomers, and a conversation with Rebecca McKetin

23.10.17

THE EFFECTS OF 'ICE'

Webinar: The effects of methamphetamine on brain and body - and how to respond

21.10.17

ALCOHOL FLOOR PRICE

A minimum floor price for alcohol - NDRI Adjunct Ian Gilmore talks evidence with ABC News

03.10.17

BINGE DRINKING

How much alcohol are teenagers drinking? Tina Lam speaks to The West Australian

21.09.17

TEENAGERS AND DRINKING

Webinar: How to talk to teenagers about alcohol

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.

Breaking the Icemethamphetamine

Free online help for ice use.

Lenton on Latelinenaloxone

Naloxone and overdose reversal.

Supplying alcohol to kidsTeenagers and parental supply

Tina Lam talks to 6PR Mornings.