Health and social responses data collection tools
Drug treatment data collection tools
Standard table 24 : Access to treatment
This standard table on access to treatment is aimed at collecting quantitative data on the number of people reached by drug treatment in Member States, and more specifically the number of clients receiving substitution/maintenance treatment. It complements data on the characteristics of people accessing drug treatment in Europe, collected through monitoring systems, based on the EMCDDA Treatment Demand Indicator. Furthermore, the present standard table aims to map sources of information on drug substitution/maintenance treatment, and to describe the relationship between substitution registries and the national TDI-based treatment monitoring systems.
Structured questionnaire 27 : Treatment programmes
The first part of this structured questionnaire on drug treatment addresses the policies and interventions Member States have established to provide evidence-based drug treatment. It is aimed at collecting data through which a European synopsis of the policies and organisational framework of drug treatment can be drawn up, and an overview of availability, accessibility and diversification of treatment can be provided. In its second part, this structured questionnaire aims to collect data through which the measures that countries have taken to achieve and maintain a high quality of treatment service provision can be documented.
Harm reduction data collection tools
Standard table 10 : Syringe availability
This standard table on syringe availability is aimed at collecting data on types and availability of needle and syringe programmes, on the geographical spread, the level of provision of syringes through such programmes, and about the number of client contacts and/or individual clients using such specialised services. Furthermore, it asks for information on estimated pharmacy syringe sales, and for references of research studies covering this field. Parts D (NSP utilisation) and E (pharmacy sales) are voluntary parts of this Standard Table.
Structured questionnaire 23/29 : Prevention and reduction of health-related harm associated with drug use
This structured questionnaire on harm reduction addresses the policies and interventions Member States have established to prevent and reduce health related harm associated with drug use, in particular infectious diseases, drug-related deaths and drug-related harm in recreational settings. It is aimed at collecting data on the specific policies in the field, and through which an overview of the main settings, approaches, and interventions used in the countries can be provided. It also covers measures to achieve and maintain high service provision quality.
Social reintegration data collection tools
Structured questionnaire 28 : Social reintegration and reduction of social exclusion of drug users
This structured questionnaire on social reintegration and reducing social exclusion of drug users addresses the policies and interventions that Member States have established to protect drug users from further exclusion and to improve their social inclusion. It is aimed at collecting data through which a European synopsis of the policies relevant to the social inclusion of drug users can be drawn up, and an overview of availability, accessibility and diversification of interventions improving social inclusion and more particularly the employability of people in drug treatment.