The NSW Drug and Alcohol Clinical Research and Improvement Network (DACRIN) is a group of local health district, health network, and non-government organisation alcohol and other drug (AOD) services that work together to improve clinical research in NSW AOD services.
DACRIN is supported by the Ministry of Health and is led by its members. Our goal is to enhance clinical research in NSW AOD sector by promoting collaborations and partnerships between AOD services, clinicians, researchers, and consumers with the ultimate aim of improving the experiences of people affected by alcohol and other drugs.
Learn about our vision and mission.
Join us in improving the clinical research and experiences of people affected by alcohol and other drugs in NSW!
If your organisation offers AOD services to clients in NSW, and meets our eligibility criteria, you can become a member of DACRIN. We aim to support our members by providing opportunities for research participation, partnerships, collaborations, funding, resource sharing, and free or discounted training with industry partners.
Find out more about organisational membership criteria.