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The 2019 Substance withdrawal management: Guidelines for medical and nursing practitioners includes specific guidance on synthetic cannabinoid withdrawal management, recognising the need to inform how medical and nursing practitioners respond to new and emerging issues, and how to support people in unplanned alcohol withdrawal.Learn more
Check out our latest What is addiction? resource in both Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese and request a hard copyLearn more
New report outlines grassroots approach to reducing the impact of problematic methamphetamine useLearn more
Welcome to this collection of courageous people’s personal stories. Problematic use of alcohol and other drugs (AOD) affects people across all walks of life and at all stages of life. Being affected by someone else’s problematic use of AOD can be challenging, shameful and lonely. Silence divides us and diminishes our strength. Check them out now.Learn more
This e-learning module provides an opportunity to learn and reflect on values, attitudes, knowledge and skills, and the role these have in practice – including in building relationships to achieve wellbeing.Learn more