Levels of drug use in France in 2014

 

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Tendances n° 99, OFDT, 8 p.
March 2015

This issue of Tendances presents the results of the INPES 2014 Health Barometer. It provides an update on the levels of use of different legal and illegal substances in the adult population, and highlight changes in use since the early 1990s. Apart from the framework data on the entire population aged 11-75 years, these results concern the population aged 18-75 years for alcohol and tobacco, and 18-64 years for illegal drugs, while other specific surveys are used for adolescents (ESCAPAD 2014, HBSC 2014 and ESPAD 2015, the results of which are not yet available).

Authors : François Beck, Jean-Baptiste Richard, Romain Guignard, Olivier Le Nézet, Stanislas Spilka

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