Real Drug Talk

Whats Good & Bad In The AOD System

Episode Summary

In this episode, we talk with Professor Nadine Ezard who is the Director of the National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs (NCCRED), and the Clinical Director of the Alcohol and Drug Service at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney.

Episode Notes

I have always felt lucky to meet various intelligent professionals working on and in the alcohol and drug sector.  Meeting these intelligent people have helped to shape and change the way I think about addiction and public health responses to alcohol and other drugs. 

It has always  been one of the goals of the show to try and share some of this knowledge with a wider audience. 

Professor Nadine Ezard is one of those people who has challenged my idea's and helped shape the way I think about alcohol and drugs and their impacts on the wider community. 

Professor Nadine Ezard is the Director of the National Centre for Clinical Research on Emerging Drugs (NCCRED), and the Clinical Director of the Alcohol and Drug Service at St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney. 

We have an overall conversation about the alcohol and drugs sector. some of the good things and some of the bad. 

To find out more about NCCRED, visit: https://nccred.org.au/

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