EDPQS materials available in Greek or Turkish
- For materials in Greek, please visit the Greece country page
- For materials in Turkish, please visit the Turkey country page
- You can find all EDPQS materials on the Resources page
Project-specific activities in this country
The EMCDDA presented the EDPQS at an international meeting held in Cyprus in October 2012 on ‘Drug Prevention and monitoring: situation and perspectives in the Southern Partnership Countries’ with representatives from the Mediterranean Neighbour Countries of the EU. The delegates found the EDPQS materials useful and suggested that a short version of the standards in their own languages would help them to promote the standards in their respective countries. Following the delegates’ suggestions at this meeting, the EMCDDA and the EDPQS Partnership decided to develop a short guide to the Standards that could be translated more easily than the full Manual and hence offered in different languages. This document has been published as the Quick Guide.
Examples of EDPQS use in this country
We are not aware of any additional EDPQS-related activities in Cyprus. If you would like to submit information for inclusion on this page, please contact us.
Main contact person
To find out more about the EDPQS, please visit the other pages on this website (e.g. the EDPQS Resources page) or contact Prof Harry Sumnall, Professor in Substance Use at Liverpool John Moores University (email@example.com), regarding:
- General information about the EDPQS
- Advice on how to work with the EDPQS
- Requests for presentations on EDPQS
- Requests to receive training on EDPQS
- Requests for permission to provide for-profit training on EDPQS
Other quality standards and guidelines relevant to prevention
Yes, please contact Neoklis Georgiades, Cyprus National Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information
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Information up-to-date as of June 2015. Something wrong or missing? To submit an update regarding this page (e.g. changed contact details, additional activities), please contact us.