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image - Burma Square
Status: Current
HIV prevalence among IDU has exceeded 80% in soem areas of Myanmar. HIV prevention has been introduced and is being expanded.
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Status: Current
This project forms the basis for Michelle Tye’s doctoral thesis, and investigates the relationship between individual specific risks (i.e. psychopathology, personality traits, early life trauma) as... Read more
image - I41
Status: Current
Prescription opioids have an important role to play in providing relief of acute pain and in treating opioid dependence. Their role in chronic pain is more limited and controversial. Nevertheless,... Read more
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Status: Current
Ecstasy is one of the few drugs that has become more prominent within the Australian community, particularly among young people. A recent Australian study indicated that one fifth of ecstasy users... Read more
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Status: Current
Prevalence rates of mental disorders among homeless persons typically exceed general population estimates. Despite the high level of need in the homeless population, access to appropriate services is... Read more
image - Pills White 280
Status: Completed
Retrospective study of all cases in Australia in which new psychoactive stimulants or hallucinogen use was a mechanism contributory to death.
image - Cannabis Smoke Square
Status: Completed
Retrospective study of all cases in Australia in which synthetic cannabinoid use was a mechanism contributory to death.
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Status: Completed
Retrospective study of all deaths among people undergoing naltrexone treatment for opioid dependence retrieved from the National Coronial Information System, 2000-2017.
N-ICE Trial
Status: Completed
RECRUITMENT FOR THE N-ICE TRIAL HAS NOW CLOSED For information on services available in your area please contact the National Alcohol and Other Drug Hotline on 1800 250 015 The N-ICE Trial... Read more