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The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network (CMHDARN) offers a wide range of resources to support the development and build the capacity of individuals and organisations in the mental health and alcohol and other drugs sectors to undertake practice-based research. The resources featured here make up an information repository designed to promote the exchange of ideas, provide knowledge and support research capacity in these sectors.

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Research methodologies

The sixth webinar in the CMHDARN research skills webinar series focuses on research methodologies, helping you to answer your research questions by exploring how to chose the best methodology to answer your question.

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Evidence Base

The fifth webinar in the CMHDARN Research Skills webinar series examines what is meant by an evidence base, how to access it, add to it and critique it.

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Advocate eMagazine

Advocate is published by NADA on a quarterly basis and keeps readers abreast of significant issues relating to the NSW non-government AOD sector. The theme of the most recent issue is access and equity.

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Co-production in research

The fourth webinar in the CMHDARN Research Skills webinar series explores co-production – what it means, how to engage with co-production in research in a meaningful way and how to get started.

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Why conduct ethical research?

The third webinar in the CMHDARN Research Skills webinar series examines what is meant by ethical research and demonstrates how it can add value to your research and your service.

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Formulating a research question

This second webinar in the CMHDARN Research Skills webinar series shows how developing a question to answer is fundamental to research, helps provide a framework and can guide research methods.

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Ethical and Inclusive Research

This webinar examines why it’s important to recognise diverse communities in research and how to go about conducting ethical research with those communities, such as when collecting data.

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Understanding COVID-19 impacts

This webinar, presented by Professor Anthony Shakeshaft, explores the impact COVID-19 has had on mental health and alcohol and other drugs service delivery, as well client outcomes and experience.

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Why research?

This first webinar in the CMHDARN Research Skills webinar series features mental health and alcohol and other drugs experts discussing why research is important to the sector and what defines evaluation.

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