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FYI E-Newsletter – October 2023 – Researching Lived Experience, New Laws for Skippers and More

FYI E-Newsletter - October 2023 - Researching Lived Experience, New Laws for Skippers and More

A National Drug Research Institute seminar on researching lived experience and new alcohol and other drug tests for boat skippers feature in the October 2023 issue of FYI.

We also share new National Principles to Address Coercive Control in Family and Domestic Violence from the Standing Council of Attorneys-General that include a definition of substance use coercion, as well as WANADA’s new Drug Checking Background Paper.

As always, we share career and job opportunities, research updates and new resources.

WANADA’s monthly e-newsletter FYI is for anyone with an interest in alcohol and other drug issues in Western Australia. Feedback and submissions are welcome.

For more information and to subscribe, please contact WANADA Communications Officer Deanne Ferris via [email protected] or on (08) 6557 9400.