UnLEASH is an online cohort study of substance use among lesbian, bisexual and queer women in Australia.
ADAPT stands for Australians’ Drug Use: Adapting to Pandemic Threats. The ADAPT study is exploring the short and long-term impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the experiences of Australians who use illicit drugs.
This PhD project aims to inform substance dependence prevention and treatment by utilising population-representative epidemiological and observational data to develop and validate models of substance dependence related outcomes.
This project will explore the relationship between child maltreatment, mental disorders and opioid dependence in people that use illicit opioids, like heroin, and those prescribed opioids for chronic non-cancer pain.
The Safe Space and Take Kare Ambassador program was established in response to concerns about the safety of young people at night, specifically to get kids home safely.
The objectives of the program are to:
Retrospective study of all deaths among people undergoing naltrexone treatment for opioid dependence retrieved from the National Coronial Information System, 2000-2017.
Analyses of drug markets over many years have shown that the price and purity of illicit substances can have a key role in shaping drug consumption, and in turn drug-related harm.