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New psychoactive substances: challenges for drug surveillance, control, and public health responses

Peacock, a.; R. Bruno; N. Gisev, et al., (2019)


This paper looks at the increasing use of 'new psychoactive substances', a term which is defined differently by different people, but which is here defined as 'narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances made available or used from the early to mid-2000s for their psychoactive properties' Series: Series|Drug Use| Volume 394, ISSUE 10209, P1668-1684, November 02, 2019
https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/...


World Drug Report 2019 Booklet 4 Stimulants

United Nations Office on Drug and Crime UNODC, (2019)


The World Drug Report 2019 is again presented in five separate parts that divide the wealth of information and analysis contained in the report into individual reader-friendly booklets in which drugs are grouped by their psychopharmacological effect for the first time in the report’s history. Booklet 4 deals with recent trends in the market for stimulants (including cocaine, amphetamine-type stimulants and new psychoactive substances)
https://wdr.unodc.org/wdr2019/


World Drug Report 2019 Booklet 5 Cannabis and Hallucinogens

United Nations Office on Drug and Crime UNODC, (2019)


The World Drug Report 2019 is again presented in five separate parts that divide the wealth of information and analysis contained in the report into individual reader-friendly booklets in which drugs are grouped by their psychopharmacological effect for the first time in the report’s history. Booklet 5 contains a review of recent trends in the market for cannabis and for hallucinogens. The section on cannabis also includes a review of the latest developments in the jurisdictions that have adopted measures allowing the non-medical use of cannabis.
https://wdr.unodc.org/wdr2019/


European Drug Report 2019: trends and developments.

European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, Eds.: European Union, (2019)


The Trends and Developments report presents a top-level overview of the drug phenomenon in Europe, covering drug supply, use and public health problems as well as drug policy and responses. Together with the online Statistical Bulletin and 30 Country Drug Reports, it makes up the 2019 European Drug Report package. Available in different languages: http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/publications/edr/trends-developments/2019_en
http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/publications/edr/trend...


World Drug Report 2019 Booklet 1

United Nations Office on Drug and Crime UNODOC, (2019)


The World Drug Report 2019 is again presented in five separate parts that divide the wealth of information and analysis contained in the report into individual reader-friendly booklets in which drugs are grouped by their psychopharmacological effect for the first time in the report’s history. Booklet 1 provides a summary of the four subsequent booklets by reviewing their key findings and highlighting policy implications based on their conclusions.
https://wdr.unodc.org/wdr2019/


World Drug Report 2019 Booklet 2 Global Overview of Drug Demand and Supply

United Nations Office on Drug and Crime UNODC, (2019)


The World Drug Report 2019 is again presented in five separate parts that divide the wealth of information and analysis contained in the report into individual reader-friendly booklets in which drugs are grouped by their psychopharmacological effect for the first time in the report’s history. Booklet 2 contains a global overview of the latest estimates of and trends in the supply, use and health consequences of drugs.
https://wdr.unodc.org/wdr2019/


Равное консультирование как эффективный механизм работы с вич-инфицированными потребителями наркотиков в свердловской области.

Ксения Гоголева, Eds.: Чтобы жить, livehiv, (2019)


Презентация на тему ВИЧ-инфекции в связи с употреблением инъекционных наркотиков. Accessed on October 2019
http://livehiv.ru/upload/iblock/1dc/111.pdf


European Region Consultation on the implementation and achievements of the WHO European Action Plan to Reduce the Harmful Use of Alcohol 2012–2020

World Health Organization WHO, Regional Office for Europe, (2019)


Additional aims of the consultations included discussing achievements, identifying obstacles for implementation, and outlining the way forward. Areas with the lowest policy implementation were linked to pricing policies, marketing, availability of alcoholic beverages, reducing the negative consequences of drinking and alcohol intoxication and alcohol labelling. Conclusions highlight the need for a roadmap to strengthen policy areas with lower levels of implementation in order to guide Member States towards implementation.
http://www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/001...


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