1999-2019: changes in drug use and supply in France through the experience of the OFDT's TREND scheme
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Summary, OFDT, 9 p.
March 2021

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Emerging Trends and New Drugs (TREND) scheme and the National Detection System of Drugs and Toxic Substances (SINTES), the French Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (OFDT) looks back on two decades of drug monitoring. An issue of the Théma collection1 published in September 2020 observed the major transformations that have taken place in the field of illicit and misused substances that these two schemes have been able to identify and analyse. After detailing the principles of the TREND-SINTES organisation and its adaptation to changes in practices, uses and contexts, this summary describes the main phenomena observed.

Authors : Agnès Cadet-Taïrou, Michel Gandilhon, Clément Gérome, Magali Martinez, Maitena Milhet, Victor Detrez, Julie-Émilie Adès

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