The researchers behind the Global Drugs Survey are once again seeking participants to take their online survey. The research was first undertaken in 2011 by Dr. Adam Winstock who is a consultant addictions psychiatrist.
Since then the survey has provided valuable data in many areas. The usage of legal and illegal drugs, price fluctuations, and the emergence of new drugs onto the market was monitored across the globe.
The previous survey had over 100,000 respondents and the findings can be viewed here.
The target for this year is 120,000 respondents and the findings will be translated into 10 languages. The researchers are working alongside media partners in 19 countries, including The Guardian in the UK, and Hot Press Magazine in Ireland.
Your participation will help provide the team with valuable data. The survey is anonymous and confidential if you wish to contribute.
Words by Brian Houlihan