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Can I ask...? An alcohol and drug clinician’s guide to addressing family and domestic violence

There is a growing impetus for a more comprehensive approach to understanding and addressing family and domestic violence (FDV) across the broader welfare system. This includes an increased focus on prevention and the interrelationship between sectors such as alcohol and other drugs (AOD), child and...

Young workers and workplace safety: guidelines for managing alcohol and other drug risk

This 2011 publication outlines what can be done to minimise alcohol and drug related risk to workplace safety. This includes identifying and dealing with workplace factors that can contribute to the risk; developing and implementing a written alcohol and drug policy; providing relevant education and...

Effective dissemination: a systematic review of implementation strategies for the AOD field

Innovations, such as treatment interventions, programs and therapies, may be costly to develop and evaluate and there is increasing political and financial pressure to ensure that effective and cost-effective health care and professional services are available where needed. Eeven when practitioners are aware of the...

Young people and alcohol: the role of cultural influences

This report was produced by the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) at Flinders University. It comprises a comprehensive literature review addressing a wide range of social and cultural factors that potentially impact on young Australians aged 14- 24 in relation to...

Drug testing in schools: evidence, impacts and alternatives

The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) was commissioned by the Australian National Council on Drugs (ANCD) in March 2007 to undertake an independent, comprehensive and critical examination of all relevant issues involved in drug detection and screening in the school setting...