Emergency health consequences of cocaine use in Europe
This study reveals the substantial levels of morbidity related to cocaine use, translated into the large number of cocaine cases seen in various emergency settings in European countries.
Therapeutic communities for treating addictions
Therapeutic communities first developed in the 1960s and have continuing relevance in the world of drug treatment today.
Literature review on levels of harm
This report presents the findings of a literature review to identify the most frequently occurring patterns of use and their relation to harm in users of opioids, powder and crack cocaine, and meth/amphetamine.
Regional drug strategies across the world
This paper offers a comparison of the drug strategies and plans adopted over the last five years by six intergovernmental organisations engaging 148 countries in four continents.
European Questionnaire on Drug Use among Prisoners (EQDP)
This is a first common questionnaire on drug use among prisoners at European level.