- Research institutions
- Funding institutions
- National scientific journals
- Recent studies
- Bibliographic references (2011–13)
For a short overview of drug-related research in Estonia, visit the Country overviews. For a more comprehensive overview of drug-related research in the European countries, download our Selected issue on drug-related research. The Estonian National reports are available here.
- National Institute for Health Development (English version here)
- Tallinn University
- University of Tartu
The Estonian Ministry of Education and Research is responsible for the national funding of research. The Estonian Science Foundation also provides grants for studies. The Global Fund Programme in Estonia, implemented by the National Institute for Health Development, allocated funds for different drug-related studies from 2003 to 2007. Various EU research funds have also contributed to the provision of funds for relevant studies and research.
No national drug research journals are published in Estonia.
- National Institute for Health Development
- Thematic websites under the National Institute for Health Development
- Tallinn Emergency Medical Service
The following studies were amongst those used for the 2013 Estonian National report and could be seen as among the most relevant, recent studies in Estonia. Most of the bibliographic references can be found in the next section of this page.
- A decline in the prevalence of injecting drug users in Estonia, 2005−2009 (Uusküla, A. et al., 2013)
Dontšenko I, Kerbo N, Pullmann J, Plank S, Võželevskaja N, Kutsar K. Preliminary report on an ongoing outbreak of hepatitis A in Estonia, 2011. Euro Surveill. 2011;16:19996.
National HIV and AIDS strategy report of 2011.
National HIV and AIDS strategy report of 2012.
National Strategy for Prevention of Drug Addiction until 2012, the report of 2011.
National Strategy for Prevention of Drug Addiction until 2012, the report of 2012.
Ministry of Social Affairs. Annual report of the HIV treatment council, 2012. Tallinn: Ministry of Social Affairs, 2012.
Uusküla A, Rajaleid K, Talu A, Abel-Ollo K, Des Jarlais DC. A decline in the prevalence of injecting drug users in Estonia, 2005−2009. Int J Drug Policy 2013;24:312−8.
Vorobjov S, Des Jarlais DC, Abel-Ollo K, Talu A, Rüütel K, Uusküla A. Socio-demographic factors, health risks and harms associated with early initiation of injection among people who inject drugs in Tallinn, Estonia: evidence from cross-sectional surveys. Int J Drug Policy 2013;24(2):150-5.
Vorobjov S. Prevalence of HIV infection, other infections and risk behaviour among injecting drug users in Tallinn and Kohtla-Järve, 2012. Tallinn, National Institute for Health Development, 2014.