ALICE RAP Science Findings

The ALICE RAP Science Findings give a simple (1-2 page) account of each of the main results coming out of the different lines of research undertaken in the project. Each Science Finding gives a summary of the results and links to further reading and the more detailed ALICE RAP deliverable reports.

The full volume of science findings is now available for download.

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AR Science Findings 45-Harm reduction AR Science Findings 45-Harm reduction

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Date added: 02/01/2016
Date modified: 06/30/2016
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Opioid substitution treatment proves to positively impact drug users living conditions and well-being.

Key words: well-being, opioid substitution treatment, drug users

 

Lead author(s): Palacio-Vieira, Segura, Colom

AR Science Findings 44-Civil society and governance AR Science Findings 44-Civil society and governance

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Date added: 02/01/2016
Date modified: 06/30/2016
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New modes of civil engagement and a globalized industry represent new challenges for civil society and its role in the future governance of addictions.

Key words: governance, civil society, engagement, globalization, addiction

 

Lead author(s): Hellman

AR Science Findings 43-Bottom up governance AR Science Findings 43-Bottom up governance

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Date added: 02/01/2016
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The EU is a moderation structure for the travel of policy ideas and transnational trends. In order to understand how this structure opens up for innovations in policy, it is important to understand how governance is influenced bottom-up by civil sector actors, expertise and local and regional authorities.

Key words: policy ideas, civil society, addiction, innovation

 

Lead author(s): Fjaer, Sagvaag

AR Science Findings 42 - Ethical basis for governance of addictions AR Science Findings 42 - Ethical basis for governance of addictions

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Date added: 06/02/2016
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Viewing policy and regulation from an ethical standpoint, the prohibition of certain drugs and criminalization of users does not fulfil any of the requirements in protection of the rights of individuals to freedom of choice, reducing risks or promoting well-being of communities

Key words: Governance, Public health, ethical considerations

Lead author: Braddick

AR Science Findings 41 - Heavy use over time AR Science Findings 41 - Heavy use over time

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Data from basic science, epidemiology and clinical research converge in suggesting that heavy use over time (HUOT) should replace current concepts of addiction or substance use disorders.

Key words: substance-attributable burden of disease, definition, Heavy use over time, addiction

 

Lead author(s): Rehm