Developing an Integrated Drug Information System: Global Assessment Programme on Drug Abuse
United Nations Publications, 2004 - Business & Economics - 163 pages
The module in the Global Assessment Programme (GAP) toolkit contains methodological guidance on the development of culturally appropriate systems for the collection of reliable and internationally comparable drug abuse data, in order to support existing drug information systems by promoting their conformity with internationally recognised standards of good practice, and to focus on harmonisation of drug abuse indicators.
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Development of an Integrated Drug Information System
DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED DRUG INFORMATION SYSTEM
References Selected documentation and resources
content and formatting guidelines
Information Needs and Resources Analysis
Contact details of information providers
agencies annex annual reports questionnaire arrest Barbiturates Benzodiazepines change decrease decrease Community Epidemiology Network data collection activities database DDDDD DDDDD DDDDD Declaration of Helsinki demand reduction drug category drug consumption drug information system drug injectors drug problems Drug treatment drug users emergency department estimated number example focus groups gender geographic area identified important increase change decrease increase increase change information on drug infrastructure injecting integrated drug information integrated system key informant Large increase increase marijuana methods Monitoring national estimate needs and resources network meeting network members Network on Drug nnnnn nnnnn nnnnn patterns of drug Pompidou Group population surveys prevalence measure qualitative research QUANTITATIVE ESTIMATES rate per 100 reference population relevant resources analysis Route of administration school surveys step strategic analysis subgroup of drug SUMMARY EXPERT OPINIONS treatment data type Amphetamine Methamphetamine types of drugs UNDCP United Nations Yes an estimate