Use of illegal substances (e.g., heroin) and of medicines outside the bounds of a doctor’s prescription (e.g., pharmaceutical opioids) can lead to a range of harms.
Recent increases in methamphetamine have been associated with a rise in methamphetamine-related harms, not only for those who inject, but for people who smoke the substance
This poster was presented by Dr Katinka van de Ven at the NADA Conference 2018: Exploring therapeutic interventions on 7 and 8 June 2018.
During early adolescence, alcohol use most commonly occurs in parent-supervised family contexts.
Adolescent alcohol use is a major cause of preventable disease burden, and injuries and death.
Sipping alcohol is common during early adolescence.
This poster was presented by Bianca Hoban at the 2015 NDARC Annual Research Symposium.
This poster was prepared by Mieke Snijder at the 2015 NDARC Annual Research Symposium. Mieke also presented the findings in a five-minute poster presentation.
This poster was presented by Clare McCormack at the 2015 NDARC Annual Research Symposium.