Expanded and enhanced evidence-informed practice that improves the safety, efficiency, clinical outcomes and client experiences of alcohol and other drug (AOD) services.
To facilitate the conduct of quality AOD clinical research and improvement activities by enhancing collaboration between clinicians, consumers and researchers.
Excellence in AOD clinical research requires effective collaboration between clinicians, consumers and researchers.
We make transparent decisions and are accountable for our resources, actions and outcomes.
We respect all our stakeholders and value a diversity of perspectives and approaches.
We work to empower all AOD services to contribute to the evidence base that promotes the optimal health care to which all consumers are entitled.
Best practice AOD clinical service delivery can only be based on robust research evidence and continuing quality improvement
Please refer to
DACRINs complete strategic plan and corresponding achievements for more information.
DACRIN is governed by a member-led council comprising of representatives from member organisations. The council is managed by a chairperson who supports a statewide coordinator.