2 edition of Drug use monitoring in Australia (DUMA) found in the catalog.
Drug use monitoring in Australia (DUMA)
Bibliography: p. 29-30.
|Series||Research and public policy series / Australian Institute of Criminology,, no. 21, Research and public policy series ;, 21.|
|Contributions||Australian Institute of Criminology.|
|LC Classifications||HV8836.5 .M34 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 30 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||00364511|
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The Australian Drug Trends in Ecstasy and Related Drug Markets report presents the findings from the fifteenth year in which data have been collected in all states and territories in Australia Read more about Ecstasy and Related Drugs Reporting System (EDRS) National Report Drug Use Monitoring Australia (DUMA) is a research process designed to provide illicit drug use information on those people who are detained and brought to a police station. There are three sources of DUMA information: police records, urinalysis and interview data. .
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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.
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 Author: Margaret Hamilton.
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. In Australia one of the key measures for distinguishing drug users from traffickers and for determining the seriousness of drug trafficking offences is the quantity of drug involved. Drug use monitoring in Australia: –10 - Foreword The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) program is a key research initiative of the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) that provides unique and up to date information on the consumption of drugs within Australia.
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.
Illicit drugs are illegal drugs (including cannabis/marijuana, ecstasy, heroin, cocaine and amphetamines), pharmaceu- tical drugs used for non-medical purposes (including pain- killers, tranquilisers), and certain volatile substances used as inhalants (such as glue, solvents and petrol).File Size: KB.
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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. introduction of Drug Use Monitoring Australia (DUMA), inhas allowed for a more focused monitoring of illicit drug use among criminal populations.
The DUMA project was designed to measure the prevalence of illicit drug use among the criminally active, identify trends in drug markets, identify geographic variations in drug use, and further explore the links between illicitAuthor: Karen Freeman, Jacqueline Fitzgerald.
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 as methamphetamine, cocaine, GHB, ketamine, LSD, mephedrone, and dimethyltryptamine (DMT).
Therapeutic drug monitoring of concentrations of drugs in body fluids, usually plasma, can be used during treatment and for diagnostic purposes. The selection of drugs for therapeutic drug monitoring is important as the concentrations of many drugs are not clearly related to their by: Get this from a library.
Drug use monitoring in Australia (DUMA): a brief description. [Toni Makkai; Australian Institute of Criminology.] -- The Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) project collects both self report data on drug use and criminal activity, as well as a urine specimen from people who have recently been arrested and.
Get this from a library. Drug use monitoring in Australia (DUMA): drug detection testing. [Toni Makkai; Australian Institute of Criminology.] -- A short overview of urine testing is presented along with the various issues associated with this procedure and its application to the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia program.
The DUMA project uses. Real-time prescription drug monitoring programs (RT-PDMPs) are being considered in Australia2, 3 to enable detection of drug diversion (when drugs are transferred from a licit to an illicit channel of distribution or use), and inappropriate prescribing or dispensing.
RT-PDMPs are supported by professional bodies, but challenges exist for policy. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Australia’s health Australia’s health series no Cat no AU Canberra AIHW.
Australia s health Australia s health Illicit drug use Introduction Drug use is a serious and complex issue, which contributes to substantial illness. This appendix describes procedures for implementing this service and other methods for detecting clients' substance use.
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Thalidomide was marketed as a wonder drug - an effective tranquiliser and pain killer useful for insomnia, coughs and headaches. Drug use monitoring in Australia (DUMA): annual report on drug use among police detainees Author: Toni Makkai ; Kiah McGregor ; Australian Institute of Criminology.
Text for students undertaking drug and alcohol studies in Australia, as well as practitioners working in public health and related disciplines. Discusses the bio-social and cultural context of drug use and ways in which a harm minimisation approach can be used in responding to drug use.
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