A number of NDARC research studies are currently seeking participants.
Your participation will lead to increased evidence on the prevention, causes and treatment of substance dependence (addiction) and related mental health conditions.
Research studies currently seeking participants:
Survey assessing treatment preferences for chronic non-cancer pain
This study is part of the POINT (Pain and Opioids in Treatment) study being conducted by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at UNSW Sydney.
Whether or not you are taking opioids for chronic (non-cancer) pain we are interested in knowing about your treatment preferences, and we invite you to take part in an online survey.
This study aims to identify preferences for key characteristics of treatment for chronic non-cancer pain to help inform clinicians and policy makers.
Please click here for more information and to complete the survey.
CESSATE Stop Smoking Study
The CESSATE Stop Smoking Study is trying to reduce rates of smoking by providing NSW residents with free quit aids and support.
For a detailed description of the CESSATE Stop Smoking Study please visit the study webpage.
Untreated Remission from Alcohol Problems
Have you experienced problems with alcohol in the past? If yes, you probably possess valuable information and insights.
NDARC researchers are looking for participants for a unique interview experience. Interviewees will work with a researcher to develop an autobiographical account of their life, drawing the highs, lows and important moments.