The seventh national report on the TREND system
Tendances n° 52, OFDT, 4 p.
This edition of Tendances presents the main results of the seventh year of operation of the TREND system (recent trends and new drugs).
It is important to remember that the TREND system focuses on population groups with a much higher propensity to consume psychotropic substances than the rest of the population of an equivalent age. Consequently, the findings may not be extended to the rest of the population.
Among the highlights noted in 2005, four main points stand out in particular: an increased prevalence of injection practices among the most precarious sectors of the population for HDB and stimulants, changes noted in the consumption of opioids, (including a possible resumption of heroin consumption and an increase in the misuse of HDB among the same marginal groups), a diversification in the methods of use for stimulants, (particularly cocaine and ecstasy) and, finally, in the second part of the report, new phenomena concerning the hallucinogen family including the appearance of a new form of LSD and the use of GHB in particular.
Michel Gandhilon, Agnès Cadet-Taïrou, Abdalla Toufik
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Drugs in Europe
How is the COVID-19 pandemic affecting drug use, supply and services?
Drug use and harms
What are the health costs of drug use in Europe today?
What do the latest data tell us about drug production and trafficking trends?
These and other questions are explored in the 2021 European Drug Report, our annual overview of the drug situation in Europe.
The annual Statistical Bulletin contains the most recent available data on the drug situation in Europe provided by the Member States. These datasets underpin the analysis presented in the European Drug Report. All data may be viewed interactively on screen and downloaded in Excel format..
The European Union and the drug phenomenon
The European Union & the drug phenomenon : Frequently asked questions, joint publication between the EMCDDA and the European Commission, october 2010, 12 p.