|Titre :||1st TEDI trend report|
|Type de document :||Rapport|
|Année de publication :||2012|
|Format :||17 p. / ill., graph.|
Thésaurus TOXIBASEPHENOMENE EMERGENT ; ECSTASY ; COCAINE ; AMPHETAMINES ; MILIEU FESTIF ; ANALYSE CHIMIQUE ; ADULTERANT
Thésaurus GéographiqueEUROPE ; ESPAGNE ; AUTRICHE ; SUISSE
The Trans European Drug Information project (TEDI) is a network of European fieldwork Drug Checking services that share their expertise and data within a European monitoring and information system. TEDI's chief aim is to improve public health and intervention programs. Toward this goal, TEDI has developed a database system that collects, monitors and analyses the evolution of various European drug trends in recreational settings. TEDI project is inside of the European NEWIP project.
All of the organisations currently involved in Drug Checking in recreational settings share their data on the TEDI database, which was originally established in conjunction with projects that worked directly with drug users (first-line projects). These projects are: Ai Laket!!, Check !n, Checkit, DIMS, Energy Control, Jellinek, Modus Fiesta, Saferparty.ch and Techno plus.
TEDI project is committed to gathering and publishing the most relevant data from the TEDI database in its biannual trend reports. This report represents the launch of TEDI’s trend report. The aim of the first trend report is to present the results of the data gathered, analysed and compared by four Harm Reduction groups during the period January-May 2012 in three countries. This trend report also compared the 2012 figures with those gathered by TEDI member organisations in 2011 to assess emerging trends.
The TEDI trend report does not, however, provide any detailed information about the substances named in the report. But it does provide numerous links where more information related to specific substances can be found.
|Domaine :||Drogues illicites / Illicit drugs|
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