Facilitating collaborations between researchers and workers in the fields of justice health, mental health, blood-borne virus infection, alcohol and drug use, addiction and policy research.
Education and training for students, early-career researchers and community sector workers in disciplines relating to the health of people who inject drugs.
Communication of research findings and translation of research into policy and practice.
Provision of seed funding to support new and novel research projects.
CREIDU Colloquium 2016. Take-home naloxone: Scaling up in a time of uncertain supply. Join us on August 31st for the annual CREIDU Colloquium which will coincide with International Overdose Awareness Day.
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