An evidence-based approach to school prevention means an everyday fight: a case study of the Czech Republic’s experience with national quality standards and a national certification system08.08.2013 | Ing. Mgr. Bc. Vendula Běláčková
The Czech Republic has reached the end of a 15-year-long period of the development of a nationwide preventive system in schools. Reflection on this development can offer an interesting case study that demonstrates the general difficulties involved in creating a national prevention policy and implementing the principles of an evidence-based approach.
The Adiktologie journal has been published since 2001. 2013 will be its 13th anniversary. Adiktologie wishes you a successful year in 2013, full of outstanding research results, useful reviews, and positive editorial decisions!
Czech prime minister Petr Nečas expressed his support for the report presented by the Global Commission on Drug Policy02.07.2011 | Ing. Mgr. Bc. Vendula Běláčková
"I consider the report by the Global Commission on Drug Policy to be an important challenge by the heads of state and politicians who have signed it," claimed Petr Nečas, the prime minister of the Government of the Czech Republic. His statement was published by the Office of the Government as a part of the national drug coordinator`s press release.
The entering of the second five-year period of our Centre’s activities was marked by the sustained pace of our work. Some of the plans for the year 2010 I mentioned at the conclusion of the last year’s report may have appeared rather bold. Today I can say that every little thing has been accomplished, although it was a truly demanding year in all respects.
The Annual Report: The Czech Republic - 2009 Drug Situation shall be launched in November 2010 (date not specified). The European Annual Report 2010 launch date: Wednesday, 10 November 2010.
The five Reports on activities show that we have completed the first childhood period of creating an institution that can no longer be considered as a novice. In our report last year, I described the difficult fourth year, but today we can happily say that managing to fulfil the tasks and overcome the past problems has helped to move the Centre forward and open up new and different problems.