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The Drug Policy Modelling Program (DPMP) aims to improve Australian drug policy. The goal of the DPMP is to create valuable new drug policy insights, ideas and interventions that will allow Australia to respond with alacrity and success to drug-related problems. We do this through generating new research evidence which is timely and relevant to current drug policy issues; translating research... Read more
The Drug Trends program is an internationally renowned system that NDARC has coordinated since 1996. The program is key to identifying emerging problems in substance use in Australia and providing impetus for policy responses and intervention. Drug Trends is funded by the Australian Government under the Drug and Alcohol Program.
The National Centre for Clinical research on Emerging Drugs (NCCRED) is an innovative, world-leading centre bringing together clinicians and researchers to detect and respond to trends in emerging drug health, including methamphetamine. NCCRED aims to collaborate in order to build the capacity and scope for new clinical research into emerging drugs; and rapidly translate these findings into best... Read more