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Risk assessment of new psychoactive substances Operating guidelines
The principal aim of these guidelines is to put in place a sound methodological and procedural basis for carrying out each risk assessment. The risk assessment has regard to the health and social risks of the use of, manufacture of and traffic in the new psychoactive substances, the involvement of organised crime and the possible consequences of control measures.
Available only in English (EN)
2009 — 87 pp. — 14.8 × 21 cm ISBN 978-92-9168-402-1 Cat. No: TD-78-09-810-EN-C FREE
The state of the drugs problem in Europe Annual report 2010
In this year’s report, as ever, you will find a comprehensive overview of Europe’s drug problem and the measures being taken to tackle it. However, our task goes beyond simply reporting statistics. The report is guided by the need to identify and share best practice and to ensure that evidence-based interventions are supported.
Available in 21 languages of the EU and Norwegian (NO)
2010 — 102 pp. — 21 × 29.7 cm ISBN 978-92-9168-432-8 Cat. No: TD-AC-10-001-EN-C FREE
Treatment and care for older drug users The objective of the present publication is to document the ageing phenomenon linked to drug use that is now being witnessed in Europe, and particularly the ageing of problem drug users. It also aims to describe the drug use, health and social characteristics of older drug users and to identify their health and social needs.
Available only in English (EN) 2010 — 31 pp. — 21 × 29.7 cm ISBN 978-92-9168-453-3 Cat. No: TD-SI-10-002-EN-C FREE