Drug Misuse Research Programme (2001-2004)

Deadline: 31/12/2004
March 5, 2001

This research programme emphasises applied research with outcomes directly related to practice. The programme includes research projects that are currently underway and identifies future research projects under the four pillars of the Drugs Misuse Strategy; young people, communities, treatment and care and availability.

Whilst the programme focuses on drug misuse, we are keen to draw on the expertise of those working in related topic areas, such as vulnerable young people, social regeneration, and health services research. Copies of the research programme are available at: www.drugmisuse.isdscotland.org/statres/research/respublications.htm .

Contractors who wish to be considered for inclusion on tender lists for any of the proposed projects outlined in this programme are also invited to complete an Expression of Interest - contact details below. This is a three-year rolling programme, without a fixed deadline, but expressions of interest should be sent as soon as possible.
Contact: Anita Morrison
Address: Effective Interventions Unit, Room 357a, St Andrew’s House, Edinburgh EH1 3DG
Telephone: 0131 244 3010
Email: anita.morrison@scotland.gsi.gov.uk

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