This is just one story of many, which includes chairs and equipment being thrown across ED rooms, four to five police officers and four or five security guards; for one man under the influence of ice.
Training and Online Resources
For 24-hour specialist telephone
consultancy, call the Drug and Alcohol Clinical Advisory Service (DACAS). This service is available for health professionals in Victoria (1800 812 804), Tasmania (1800 630 093) and the Northern Territory (1800 111 092).
This section provides access to a range of factsheets, guidelines and online resources for professionals working across a range of sectors, including:
These evidence-based resources aim to guide professionals in their practice when faced with issues related to ice (crystal methamphetamine) . We aim to provide the most up-to-date, evidence-based information for health professionals and emergency service workers. We are collaborating with these sectors to update available resources. For more information on where our resources come from, please click here. If you would like to let us know about a useful resource for Cracks in the Ice, please contact us.
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Page last updated: Friday, 21 September 2018