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Preventing Harmful Drug Use In Australia

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24.06.16

OPINION: ALCOHOL-RELATED VIOLENCE

The contribution of masculinities to violence involving alcohol should be central to future policy debate – David Moore

08.06.16

THE SCIENCE OF HANGOVERS

How drinking too much effects your body - Steve Allsop on Radio 2SER

02.06.16

ALCOHOL ADS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Study surveying 13-25s on exposure to alcohol marketing on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter

27.05.16

NATIONAL RECOGNITION

2016 AMA Woman in Medicine, Excellence in Healthcare Awards for NDRI Adjunct staff

18.05.16

ALCOHOL POLICY - PAPER IN NATURE

Effective health policy to 'rebalance our troubled relationship with society’s favourite drug'

11.05.16

INDIGENOUS HEALTH

Alcohol and other drugs and Indigenous health - Ted Wilkes and Dennis Gray on CAAMA Radio

05.05.16

ADDICTION CONCEPTS SYMPOSIUM

Social and legal studies of addiction concepts - SSAC 2016 Symposium, Melbourne

22.03.16

MODERATE DRINKING AND HEALTH

Studies showing health benefits from a glass of wine were 'flawed' - new research analysis

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Curtin Health Research Campus

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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 at Curtin University's Health Research Campus in the western Perth suburb of Shenton Park and receives core funding from the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

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WA tertiary students' attitudes and use of substances

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AOD & closing the gapMother with baby

4th National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference