NEPTUNE New Psychoactive Substances Abbreviated Guidance (Georgian and Ukranian)

Summary 

This guidance is based on the NEPTUNE Guidance on the Clinical Management of Acute and Chronic Harms of Club Drugs and Novel Psychoactive Substances made by the Novel Psychoactive Treatment: UK Network Project, hosted by the Central and Northwest London NHS Foundation Trust.

It has been supported and funded by the  EMCDDA, through the EU4Monitoring Drugs (EU4MD) project, funded by the European Union, and the EU-ACT, EU Action Against Drugs and Organised Crime, Project. EU-ACT is a project funded by the European Union and implemented by FIIAPP, International and Ibero- American Foundation for Administration and Public Policies.

The NEPTUNE Guidance on the Clinical Management of Acute and Chronic Harms of Club Drugs and Novel Psychoactive Substances is based on a comprehensive review of the clinical and research evidence available up to June 2020. It has been made by Professor Owen Bowden-Jones and Doctor Dima Abdulrahim, from the NEPTUNE Project.

This Georgian language version has been proofread by staff of the Centre for Mental Health and Prevention of Addiction (CMHPA), Georgia.

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Cover of Neptune guidance in Georgian
Date: 
15 June 2021  (approximate)
Access: 
Open access
Publisher: 
EU-ACT
Geographical scope: 
Georgia
Ukraine
Authors: 
Professor Owen Bowden-Jones, Doctor Dima Abdulrahim (NEPTUNE)
Document language: 
Georgian,
Ukrainian

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