Flinders’ National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction is hosting a national symposium to support workers in the methamphetamine care sector.
An ageing population increasingly using alcohol, illicit drugs and prescription medicine means testing times lie ahead for alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia
Flinders University researchers are exploring the potential problems associated with prescribed opioid use in the South Australian workforce.
Two resource kits aim to improve the ability of alcohol and other drug workers to detect and respond to family and domestic violence.
Researchers at the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction at Flinders University have undertaken a national review of liquor licensing legislation.
Indigenous alcohol and drug workers are enduring lower pay, poorer job security and higher family pressures than their non-Indigenous counterparts while working in extremely challenging environments, according to researchers based at Flinders.
The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) at Flinders University has recommended against introducing a national testing program of drug testing in schools, […]