Data collection protocol for specialist harm reduction agencies

 

Data collection protocol for specialist harm reduction agencies

EMCDDA / Correlation Project, 56 p.
2008.


This booklet has been complied within Correlation – European Network Social Inclusion & Health. The project aims to improve access to and the improvement of health and social services for marginalised groups and people. Data collection and evaluation are considered as an important measure to improve the knowledge and evidence base in particular for low threshold services.
The booklet describes the development and the field testing of a data collection protocol for harm reduction agencies and presents the final tool, including a manual. You can find additional information and the inventory on www.correlation-net.org.

 

 

 

Working Group :

  • Randi Ervik, Diakonhjemmet University College, Oslo, Norway
  • Jean Long, Health Research Board, Dublin, Ireland
  • Xavier Majo Roca, Department of Health Catalonia
  • Ferenc Marvanykövi, RIDS Budapest, Hungary
  • Jozsef Racz, RIDS Budapest, Hungary
  • Abdalla Toufik, OFDT Paris, France.

Chair :

  • Dagmar Hedrich, EMCDDA, Lisbon, Portugal

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