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As part of the ALICE RAP communication and dissemination strategy, the project convened and organised a series of Decision Makers’ Dialogues, aimed at policy makers and influencers of addiction governance for jurisdictions of different levels and sizes. This report gives brief accounts of the 6 decision makers’ dialogues held over three jurisdictional levels, and attempts made by the coordinating team to initiate still wider international dialogues linking to the UNGASS on drugs 2016.
Final report presenting and summarising the results of ALICE RAP's work package devoted to the project evaluation, putting forward recommendations for future transdisciplinary research.
Report by Tamyko Ysa Figueras and Adrià Albareda Sanz on the outcomes of the third and final wave of the ALICE RAP Network Evaluation Survey, conducted in November 2015, as part of WP20 (Communication and Integration) on project integration. Comparisons with the previous wave reports (Wave 2; Wave 1) are available.
Third of the three interim project evaluation reports presenting the findings of the following evaluation mechanisms, in the frame of the Bergen Model of Collaborative Functioning:
- The study of the transdisciplinary research orientations of ALICE RAP scientists undertaken between two and five years after the start of the project
- An online survey of all partners conducted at a mid-point of the project, assessing the degree of collaboration each respondent had with all the ALICE RAP Work Packages.
- The study of ALICE RAP partners' experience in the project, their perceptions of synergy in the project, and their attitudes towards future collaboration following the close of the formal phase of the project.
As part of ALICE RAP WP18 this study, performed by Marja Holmila and Kirsimarja Raitasalo (THL), investigated the prevalence of serious substance abuse problems among mothers and fathers and the impact of parents' substance abuse on their child's health and social welfare. Abuse of alcohol, drugs or both alcohol and drugs have been looked at, and links with parents' social status, education, mental health and use of some prescribed drugs are examined.