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Free CMHDARN Research Forum 'FUNDAMENTALS OF RESEARCH' Tuesday April 15th 9.00am - 12.45pm

REGISTER NOW!!! Full Program Available!! Learn about why research is important, what are some key ways of gathering data, and much more. Press on link below for more information and registration

CMHDARN Webinar 'ANALYSING JOURNAL ARTICLES - KEY QUESTIONS TO ASK.'

DID YOU MISS THIS?? "This webinar gave me very clear guidelines to complete research, applying a much wiser approach." Press below for link.

The CMHDARN's Aim

The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network's Aim is to build the capacity of community managed mental health, alcohol and other drug services, to develop more strategic and long term relationships with researchers, and to improve the service delivery to people affected by mental distress and drug and alcohol issues.

The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network (CMHDARN) was established to broaden involvement of drug and alcohol and mental health community organisations in practice-based research, to promote the value of research and to increase the application of research evidence to everyday practice.


Learn About the Network

Find out about the history of the network, how the project officer is supported, and what the CMHDARN is trying to achieve.

CMHDARN
Action

Find out about past and current activities. Follow the links to resources and materials arising from forums and events.

Making Your
Job Easier

Browse here for publications, resources, other research network and website links, and research funding opportunities.

Joining the
Network

If you want to receive regular updates and invitations to events make contact with the Project Officer here.


CMHDARN acknowledges and pays respect to the traditional owners of the land on which we live and work across NSW.  As we share our knowledge, teaching and learning, may we also pay respect to the knowledge embedded forever within the Aboriginal Custodianship of Country.
CMHDARN also acknowledges and values the lived experience of people affected by mental distress and drug and alcohol issues, both past and present.