Skip Navigation

EU Web Survey on Drugs 2021

 

HSE Drugs.ie in collaboration with the Health Research Board (HRB) and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) are asking people who use drugs in Ireland to complete this survey to help shape the future of drug policies and interventions in Europe.

The voluntary, anonymous survey will run in over 30 countries and 29 languages for a 6 week period. Web-based surveys have the benefit of reaching people who use drugs directly and provide new data rapidly to help identify emerging trends.

Targeted at people, aged 18 and over, who have used drugs in the last 12 months, the survey aims to improve understanding of patterns of drug use and the diverse user groups in Ireland.  The survey is structured in modules on: socio-demographics, drug using patterns, access to treatment, access to drugs (amounts usually bought and prices paid) and how COVID-19 has affected patterns of drug use.

Share your experiences from the last 12 months, take part here

Information and promotional resources

  1. EMCDDA Web Survey on Drugs Homepage 
  2. Download: Image 1 EU Map, Image 2 Female, Image 3 Ireland Map, Image 4, nitrous oxide/mushrooms 
  3. Download a partner pack  to promote the survey in your service and online
  4. EMCDDA promotion video 
  5. Irish press release
  6. Get harm reduction for people who use drugs here

The survey will be promoted on the Drugs.ie Twitter and Facebook pages, by press release, paid social and media advertising and stakeholder engagement. Please share this information through channels and services relevant to people who use drugs in Ireland. 

Posted by drugs.ie on 03/15 at 02:51 PM in
Share this:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Digg
  • Del.icio.us
  • LinkedIn
  • E-mail

Comments

Commenting is not available in this channel entry.
The HSE and Union of Students in Ireland (USI) ask students to think about drug safety measures when using club drugs
Harm reduction messages from the #SaferStudentNights campaign.
Poll Poll

Have you ever been impacted negatively by someone else's drug taking?

NewslettereBulletin