Evidence-Based National Policies: Significance and Implications
Delivered at the 51st Regular Session of the Inter-American Durg Abuse Control Commission (CICAD) in 2012, this presentation explores the importance and relevance of evidence-based drug policy particularly: formulation, monitoring, and evaluation. The presentation also examines how this policymaking method is more efficient than methods that do not utilize such evidence. The presentation condiders general principles of policymaking and explains how to apply those principles to a national drug policy, linking those principles to CICAD's policy framwork, which is compised of: Community, Strategy, Evaluation, and Budget.
Original Presentation: John Carnevale, PhD; CICAD, Organization of American States (OAS), Washington DC; May 9-11, 2012.