4 edition of Drug Use Monitoring in Australia, 2001 found in the catalog.
Drug Use Monitoring in Australia, 2001
by Natl Gallery of Australia
Written in English
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In Victoria, Australia, the State Government's Drug Policy Expert Committee (VDPEC, ) has recently released a major report on drug control strategies. Drawing on a range of international research, a useful framework, covering of a range of risk and protective factors for community, school, family and individual/peer levels of intervention Cited by: exposure to marginalisation, roles and expectations. As a result, health outcomes, drug use and drug outcomes are influenced by social category. For example, people from low socio-economic classes have poorer health and are more likely to use tobacco, to drink alcohol in a high-risk manner and to use illicit by:
Therapeutic drug monitoring is a multidisciplinary function. Accurate and clinically meaningful drug concentrations can only be obtained by collaboration between scientists, clinicians, nurses and pharmacists (the TDM team) and excellent communication is necessary to ensure that best practice in TDM is by: Drug Use and Australian Society Alison Ritter, Trevor King, Margaret Hamilton ISBN OUP Australia & New Zealand Sell your copy of this textbook.
The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) program is the nation’s largest and longest-running ongoing survey of police detainees across the country. This report describse the DUMA data collected between January and December at Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth and : Eileen Patterson, Tom Sullivan, Andrew Ticehurst, Samantha Bricknell. Get this from a library! Drugs and crime: trends among watch-house detainees: a study using Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) data.. [Queensland. Crime and Misconduct Commission.].
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Drug use monitoring in Australia (DUMA): annual report on drug use among police detainees Author: Toni Makkai ; Kiah McGregor ; Australian Institute of Criminology. Drug Use in Australia describes policy, prevention and treatment response to drug use, and details the social and political implications of these approaches.
Key sociological, historical and psychological theories are described, with attention to social groups such as. The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) project collects both self report data on drug use and criminal activity, as well as a 2001 book specimen from people who have recently been arrested and brought to a local police station for charging.
Drug use monitoring in Australia: Drug use among police detainees, Statistical Report. Alexandra Voce & Tom Sullivan. Published: 4/12/ Drug use monitoring in Australia: Drug use among police detainees, Statistical Report.
Eileen Patterson, Tom Sullivan & Samantha Bricknell. Drug use monitoring in Australia (DUMA) DUMA obtains quarterly data to examine the relationship between drugs and crime, and monitor local drug markets and drug use patterns by detainees across time. Data is obtained from police detainees at nine sites across Australia The data gathered is not publicly available, however annual data.
Statistics on Drug Use in Australia is the ninth in a series originally titled Statistics on Drug Abuse in Australia. The report provides readers with a comprehensive summary of major drug use statistical collections, with references to sources of more detailed information.
Trends in Drug Use and Related Harms in Australia, to Trends in Drug Use and Related Harms in Australia, to The purpose of this resource document is to collate various data sources that document trends in alcohol and other drug use and harms in Australia.
The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) program involves the quarterly collection of information on drug use and crime from police detainees in several sites (police stations or watch-houses) across Australia. Phase IV: Therapeutic use: 's: Post marketing surveillance or resolution of treatment uncertainties.
Monitor safety in real world populations. To refine knowledge of the risk-benefit balance, detect rare or long-term adverse effects, drug interactions. Pharmacoeconomics to gather data in support of the use. Pharmaceutical drug misuse in Australia: Complex problems, balanced responses.
vii Key paradigms and documents impacting on the development of the NPDMS 54 The importance of a systems approach The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) program has been in operation since Over the years it has provided police, policymakers, criminal justice practitioners and other professionals with systematic empirical data on illegal drug use among people detained and brought to a police station or watch-house.
With the additional funding obtained inDUMA expanded from nine sites to Get this from a library. Drug use monitoring in Australia (DUMA): annual report on drug use among police detainees. [Toni Makkai; Kiah McGregor; Australian Institute of Criminology.].
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The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) project has been collecting data on drug use and crime through quarterly surveys with police detainees since (Makkai ). The project offers a unique opportunity to identify relationships and analyse patterns of illicit drug use and crime in Australia.
Statistics on Drug Use in Australia is the eighth in a series originally titled Statistics on Drug Abuse in Australia, which was produced by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care. Drug Use and Australian Society provides readers with a broad understanding of the history of drug use in Australian society, outlines theoretical perspectives on drug use and explore public policy responses to drug use.
The chapters in Part Two draw on these perspectives and provide case examples to focus on the five pillars of Australian and international drug policy: primary. National Drug Strategy Household Survey The National Drug Strategy Household Survey (NDSHS) collects information on illegal drug use, and alcohol and tobacco consumption among the general population in Australia.
The key findings for the survey are shown below: Alcohol. Young adults are drinking less, and fewer 12 to 17 year olds are drinking. NATIONAL DRUG POLICY: AUSTRALIA. Training and skills development for front line workers who come into contact with drug users. Monitoring and evaluation, including data collection.
National Action Plan on Illicit Drugs, toPrepared by the National Expert Advisory Committee on Illegal Drugs, Canberra, July The 20th century: the beginning of serious drug control in Australia Early international attempts at control The spread of drug use after World War 1 More international efforts at control Penalties New strategies Concluding comment Pure Politics: A historical look at Australian drug policy.
James Rowe. Get this from a library. Drug use monitoring in Australia (DUMA): annual report on drug use among adult detainees. [Toni Makkai; Australian Institute of Criminology.]. Trends in Expenditures for Australia's Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme: to Expenditure on pharmaceuticals has been growing faster than the economy as a whole in recent years.
Since the late s, pharmaceutical expenditure has grown from percent of gross domestic product to percent in Cited by: The Ministerial Drug and Alcohol Forum (MDAF) is responsible for overseeing work to develop, implement and monitor Australia's national drug policy framework.
Other work. Australia also cooperates with international organisations to combat drug abuse and trafficking. Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs of The aim of this paper is to describe (1) the Australian drug monitoring system and (2) characteristics of the current recreational drug market.
Monitoring systems for new and emerging drugs have been in place in Australia for more than a decade. This occurs primarily through the Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS). The EDRS monitors trends in Ecstasy and other recreational drugs such .