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Table EYE-0. School Surveys: Sources

InternationalESPAD figures are taken directly from the 1995, 1999 and 2003 ESPAD reports: the European school survey project on alcohol and other drugs, the Swedish Council for Information on Alcohol and Other Drugs (CAN) and Council of Europe Pompidou Group.
InternationalHBSC (WHO) figures for 2001/2 are taken directly from the international coordinator: Currie C. et al HBSC International Report from 2001/2002 WHO survey.
Belgium (fl)1,2,3,4,5,6Leerlingenbevraging Schooljaar (Student survey in secondary schools in Flanders) Brussels, VAD.
Greece1Kokkevi A, Stefanis C - University Mental Health Research Institute, 1994.
Greece2Kokkevi, A., et al: Substance use among high school students in Greece: outburst of illicit drug use in a society under change. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Vol.58 (2000), 181-188.
Spain1,2,3,4,5Delegación del Gobierno para el Plan Nacional sobre Drogas. Observatorio Español sobre Drogas. Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo.
France1Choquet M., Ledoux S., 1994, Adolescents, enquête nationale, Paris, Les éditions INSERM.
France2Ballion R. Enquête sur les conduites déviantes des lycéens 1997. Resultats preliminaires. CADIS - OFDT, 1998.
France3Not available.
Ireland1Not available.
Italy1,2F.Mariani National Research Council - the ESPAD project in Italy.
Italy3Not available.
Italy4,5Relazione Annuale al Parlamento sullo stato delle tossicodipendenze in Italia. Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri,Dipartimento nazionale delle Politiche Antidroga, Roma. ESPAD type_Italia.
Cyprus1Use of licit and illicit drugs by students of public Lyceums in Cyprus 2003-2004, Ministry of Culture and Education - Educational Psychology Services. Principal investigators: Papadopoulos M., Constantinopoulos C.
Luxembourg1Fischer U. CH., Cannabis - eine Analyse der aktuellen Situation, CePT, Luxembourg, 2000.
Hungary1Not available.
Netherlands1De Zwart W et al. Key data; smoking, drinking, drug use and gambling among pupils aged 10 years and older. Trimbos Institute, 1997.
Netherlands2Jeugd en Riskant Gedrag; Kerngegevens uit het peilstationsonderzoek 2003 Utrecht Trimbos Institute.
Austria1Springer A, Uhl A and Widensky K. Schüler und Drogen in Österreich: Wissen, Erfahrungen, Einstellungen. Wiener Zeitschrift für Suchtforschung, Nr. 1/2 1996; 3-21.
Poland 1Sieroslawski, J. (2006a). Drug use in Poland 2004 – Data from residential treatment services. Drug Addiction Newsletter, 1 (32). Available in Polish: http://www.narkomania.gov.pl [accessed 9.10.06].
Portugal3Feijão, F. and Lavado, E. (2003), Estudo Epidemiológico sobre o consumo de substâncias psicoactivas em alunos do ensino público, por grupo etários, Lisboa.
Sweden1,2,3,4,5,6,7Annual school survey CAN. Sweden.
United Kingdom1Balding J. Young people in 1997: the health-related behaviour questionnaire results for 37,538 pupils between the ages 9 and 16. Schools Health Education Unit. Exeter Univ. Exeter, 1998.
UK (England)1,2,3,4,5,6,7Smoking, drinking and drug use among young people in England. Office of National Statistics (ONS).
UK (Scotland)1,2,3,4Smoking, drinking and drug use among young people in Scotland. Scottish Executive.
UK (Northern Ireland)1Not available.
United States of America1Monitoring the future study. National Institute on Drug Abuse, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Bethesda, Maryland.

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