Queensland Alcohol and Drug Research and Education Centre
The Queensland Alcohol and Drug Research and Education Centre (QADREC) was established in 1996 as a cooperative venture between Queensland Health and the University of Queensland. The centre provides
- teaching in alcohol and drug related areas for undergraduate and post graduate programs
- training for professionals responding to alcohol and drug problems
- research in alcohol and drug related areas
- support for resource development.
Centre for Drug and Alcohol Studies
The Centre for Drug and Alcohol Studies has developed a Charter of Services, and has identified its core business objectives as:
- Research into the prevalence, causes and effects of alcohol and other drug problems, and their prevention and treatment, and dissemination of best-practice findings
- Strategic initiatives, including the development of a co-ordinated response to alcohol and drug issues
- Service development, through the provision of technical support and assistance with evaluation methodology, service reviews, and change management
- Publication of research papers, reviews, clinical protocols, and technical reports
- Education and training on alcohol and other drug prevention and treatment.
Guidelines for Evaluating Alcohol and Other Drug Education and Training Programs (NCETA) (PDF 8.66MB)
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