CICAD: Inter-American Observatory on Drugs (OID)

Caribbean Drug Observatories

 

MEETING OF CARIBBEAN OBSERVATORIES ON DRUGS

Bridgetown, Barbados
June 14-16, 2005
 

Presentations:

1. Overview of Drug Use in the Hemisphere; Francisco Cumsille, Coordinator, Inter-American Observatory on Drugs OID/CICAD.

2. Drug Consumption Situation in the Caribbean; Pernell Clarke, Coordinator of Information and Research for the Caribbean, Inter-American Observatory on Drugs OID/CICAD.

3. CICAD's Programme to Estimate Human, Social and Economic Cost of Drugs in the Americas; Pernell Clarke, Coordinator of Information and Research for the Caribbean, Inter-American Observatory on Drugs OID/CICAD.

4. CICAD Cost Programme: A Barbados Experience; Jonathan Yearwood, National Council on Drug Abuse, Barbados.

5. Assessing Emerging Drug Trends: A study of drug use among male juvenile offenders in St. Lucia; Elizabeth Serieux-Wilson, Substance Abuse Advisory Council Secretariat, St. Lucia.

6. Assessing Emerging Drug Trends: Qualitative survey on street children and adolescents in Haiti; Rolande Lafontant, Commission Nationale de Lutte Contre la Drogue, Haiti.

7. On-Line Continuing Education Program in Drug Addiction Studies for the Caribbean; Antonio Lomba, CICAD Consultant.

8. Towards a Regional Demand Reduction Strategy: The Role of Research in Assessing the Problem and Evaluating Progress; Beverly Reynolds, DPM, Health Sector Development, CARICOM.

9. Demand Reduction in Jamaica: A Brief Case Study; Michael Tucker, National Council on Drug Abuse, Jamaica.

10. Epidemiology of Drug Abuse: A Refresher Module on Drug Abuse Research; Dr. Ken-Garfield Douglas, National Drug Commission, Bermuda.

11. The Multilateral Evaluation Mechanism (MEM) and the Caribbean; Angela Crowdy, MEM Unit Coordinator, CICAD.

12. The Establishment of BARDIN: A Barbados Model; Jonathan Yearwood, National Council of Substance Abuse, Barbados.

13. Emergency Room Survey: Survey Planning, Administration, and Cost; Terrance Fountain, National Drug Council, Bahamas.

14. Drug Demand Reduction Program in Suriname; Marie Bunwaree, National Director, National Anti-Drugs Council Executive Office, Suriname.

Secondary School Survey, Suriname; Kris Rambali, Policy Advisor, National Anti-Drugs Council Executive Office, Suriname.

15. Transnational Digital Government Project; Charles McSweeney, University of Belize, Belize.

16. Public Service Employees Drug Survey; Terrance Walters, National Council on Drug Control, Grenada.

17. Uniform Drug Supply Control Statistical System (CICDAT); Adrian Noble, OID Statistics Specialist/CICAD.

 

Other Documents:

Qualitative Research on Drug Use: Assessing Emerging Drug Trends in the Caribbean

 

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