Young people

Consequences of concurrent amphetamine type stimulant (ATS) and alcohol use by young adults

Offending behaviour, victimisation, other harms

In 2009, the young adult cohort for the Natural History Study of Drug Use (NHSDU) was recruited, comprising regular amphetamine-type stimulant users (i.e. ecstasy or methamphetamine; n=352) and a comparison group of non-users (n=204).

The social supply of cannabis among young people in Australia

Cannabis is the most prolifically used illicit drug in Australia, however, there is a gap in our understanding concerning the social interactions and friendships formed around its supply and use.