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Codeine and AOD Treatment Services



Over the counter products containing codeine will no longer be sold after February the 1st, with codeine only available via prescription from this date.

The South Australian Network of Drug and Alcohol Services (SANDAS) and the National Centre of Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) are providing workers from non-government alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment services and other related services an opportunity to come and hear from experts in the field about the changes, the evidence for codeine use in the management of pain, and the potential impact on people who may be dependent on codeine through the over use of these over the counter products.

There will also be opportunities for discussion about the impact on AOD treatment services, and strategies for how to best support clients who may be using codeine.

This workshop will cover:

Speakers will include:

The workshop will be held at:
NCETA Meeting Room
Level 3A, Mark Oliphant Building
5 Laffer Drive
Bedford Park SA 5042

This workshop is free to attend. To register, see links below.


Sam Raven
Ph: (08) 8231 8818


Last updated: 19 January 2018
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