Addiction is real, and it's treatable
Turning Point is Australia’s leading addiction treatment, education and research centre providing evidence-based solutions since 1994.
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- 19 March 2019
- 20 February 2019
- 25 January 2019
- 26 November 2018
Webinar: The brain disease model of addiction and implications for practice
with Tony Barnett | Thursday 21st March 2019
Workshop: Problem Gambling for AOD Clinicians
with Dr Jane Oakes | Friday 22nd March 2019
November Talking Point: How do we develop an effective alcohol and drug treatment system?
What does the existing evidence tell us about the design of an effective alcohol and drug treatment system?
February Connect & Learn: Risk in Adolescence
Following on from last year’s webinar; “Role of risk in adolescent development – young people and drug use”, this webinar will provide participants with the opportunity to look more closely at the practice of working with risk taking young people.
Exploring harms experienced by children aged 7 to 11
This study describes the characteristics of ambulance attendances related to mental health symptomology, or self-injurious behaviour, or substance ingestion, for children aged 7–11, and compared them to a group of older adolescents aged 12–17.
Alcohol and drug wastewater testing
This report provides results from the August 2016 wastewater testing completed in metropolitan Melbourne and several regional Victoria sites. It contains interesting findings for several drugs of concern at the population level.
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Alcohol and drug withdrawal guidelines
Turning Point has just released the 3rd edition of the Alcohol and Other Drug withdrawal guidelines – a resource developed to support clinicians in the delivery of evidence-based withdrawal care.
Turning Point would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri people who are the Traditional Custodians of this Land. We would also like to pay respect to the Elders both past and present of the Kulin Nation and extend that respect to other Indigenous Australians.