Enhancing Drug-Impaired Driving Data across Canada: A Summary of 34 Recommended Data Indicators
New Report Recommends 34 Indicators to Improve Measuring the Impact of Drug-Impaired Driving Across Canada
Ottawa, September 15, 2022 — The effects of drug-impaired driving (DID) are underreported and therefore not well understood in Canada. A new report released today by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) recommends 34 indicators (e.g., collecting anonymous data on the potential …Tags:
Twin public health crises burning out harm reduction workers.
Ottawa, September 08,2022 -- Healthcare professionals, social workers and counsellors working in the substance use field are experiencing higher levels of burnout. A new study released today by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) says the drug toxicity crisis and the COVID-19 …Tags: