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International projects in which Catalonia is a participant

The Ministry of Health’s Subdirectorate-General for Drug Dependence promotes or is involved in a number of international projects, principally focusing on research and education, in a global context, aimed at furthering international understanding, collaboration, comparative research, mobility and cooperation.

ACCESS

ACCESS. Access to harm reduction and continuity of care for drug users in custody

ALICE-RAP

Addictions and lifestyles in contemporary Europe – Reframing addictions project

AMPHORA

Alcohol Public Health Research Alliance

APN

Alcohol Policy Network in Europe

BCP

Building Capacity Project

BeTrAD

European project which it is intended to provide to professionals working with drug elderly users the skills and resources necessary to offer to this group of people a specialized healthcare attention

BISTAIRS

Good practice in brief interventions in the treatment of alcohol use disorders in relevant settings

Correlation II

European Network - Social Inclusion and Health

Dataprev

Developing the Evidence Base for Mental Health Promotion and Prevention in Europe: a Database of Programmes and the Production of Guidelines for Policy and Practice

Drojnet 2

A project targeting young people who use information technologies to prevent the problems associated with drug use.

EWA

A research project into policies on alcohol in the workplace co-funded by the European Commission.

IMHPA

European Network for Mental Health Promotion and Mental Disorder Prevention

IMPACT

European network for mental health promotion and mental disorder prevention

INEBRIA

International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol Problems

LEADER

European project about the economic costs of the illicit drugs

ODHIN

Optimizing delivery of health care interventions

PHASE IV

A World Health Organization collaborative project for early identification, treatment and brief intervention of alcohol-related problems primary health care

20PHEPA

Project on dissemination brief interventions on alcohol problems Europe wide.

RARHA

Reducing Alcohol Related Harm

SMART

Standardising the measurement of alcohol related troubles

VINTAGE

European project for raising awareness of alcohol consumption among older people

ZIS

Identification and optimisation of evidence-based hepatitis C prevention in Europe for young drug users at risk