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Community Collaboration in Drug Policy and Practice Research

As a research institute who strives to conduct high quality research that supports evidence informed AOD policy, strategies and practice, it is crucial for us to work with a range of partners to meet common goals.
This ensures we ask research questions relevant to the real world and maximises the likelihood that results and recommendations can be translated into policy and practice.
In showcasing our research, the 2021 NDRI symposium will highlight the depth and breadth of these partnerships with, for example:

  • communities and people affected by drug use and associated harms
  • clinicians, educators and public health practitioners
  • those who work in the government and the community sector, and
  • researchers and research groups across Australia and internationally.
Discounts apply for delegates attending both events. If you are interested in hearing about the latest alcohol and other drug (AOD) research or in contributing to future research, then this hybrid symposium is for you. For more information visit: https://ndri.curtin.edu.au/news-events/ndri-events/2021-annual-symposium