Perspectives in alcohol and drug consumption in Europe. Social and epidemiological outlooks of three European contexts
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Tahira Akbar, Alex Baldacchino, Elvira Beato, Luca Biffi, Danilo Bolano, Jo Cecil, Gerry Humphris, Luigi Mauri, Lars Merinder, Giuliano Paterniti, Lotte Sonderby, Laura Tidone
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pp. 160,      1a edizione  2010   (Codice editore 294.32)

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In breve
This volume is an overview of the present situation of the phenomenon of recreational consumption of drugs and alcohol in three different European countries: Scotland, Italy and Denmark. The analysis aim to give rise to and pull for an appropriate and robust awareness of the problem of recreational consumption and poly-consumption among young people in Europe, in order to support new policies and intervention strategies in facing this increasing phenomenon.
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This volume is an overview of the present situation of the phenomenon of recreational consumption of drugs and alcohol in three different European countries: Scotland, Italy and Denmark.
The analysis shown are part of the research activities of the project "Prevention of poly-drugs addiction and reduction of drug-related harms programs for young people in recreational settings" financed by the specific programme "Drug prevention and information 2007-2013" - European Commission: Directorate general justice, freedom and security. The project as a whole and the data reported in this vol-ume aim to give rise to and pull for an appropriate and robust awareness of the problem of recreational consumption and poly-consumption among young people in Europe, in order to support new policies and intervention strategies in facing this increasing phenomenon.

Marco Riglietta, MD, clinical pharmacology, director of an addictive behaviour centre in Bergamo. He is an expert in diagnosis and treatment of addictive behaviours and in the management of clinical services in the same fields. He has been project manager in different research projects on drugs and alcohol epidemiology, treatment and prevention.
Giovanni Viganò, Deputy Managing Director of Synergia. He is expert in the field of evaluation of public social and health policies. He is responsible of the scientific coordination of international and multidisciplinary working teams of several European projects on the topic of social and health programmes and interventions delivered by public institutions.

Indice


Luigi Mauri, Laura Tidone, Introduction
Gerry Humphris, Alex Baldacchino, Jo Cecil, Tahira Akbar, The Scottish context
(East Central Scotland addiction services for NHS Tayside, Fife & Forth Valley; Country epidemiology on drug & alcohol; Health & social care systems in Scotland: general & drug and alcohol; The legal framework)
Various Authors, The Italian context
(Marco Riglietta, Giovanni Viganò, Introduction; Marco Riglietta, Giuliano Paterniti, Country epidemiology on alcohol use; Luca Biffi, Giovanni Viganò, Country epidemiology on drug use; Elvira Beato, Danilo Bolano, Policies, services and interventions)
Lars Merinder, Lotte S•nderby, The Danish context
(Country overview and the health and social care systems; Country epidemiology on drug & alchol)
References.