A Magyarországi felnőtt népesség droghasználata – Az országos lakossági adatfelvétel az addiktológiai problémákról 2015 (OLAAP 2015) Reprezentatív Lakossági felmérés alapján

Translated title of the contribution: Drug use of the hungarian adult population based on the national (representative) survey on addiction problems in Hungary (NSAPH 2015)

Paksi Borbála, Z. Demetrovics, Magi Anna, Felvinczi Katalin

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Background and objectives: Targeted drug epidemiology surveys among the adult population of Hungary were carried out in 2001 (ADE 2001), 2003 (ADE 2003) and in 2007 (NSAPH 2007). To assess and monitor the addictive problems of the Hungarian the latest targeted drug epidemiology research took place in 2015, after an eight years gap. The current study presents the drugs related results of the National Survey on Addiction Problems in Hungary (NSAPH 2015). Method: The research was carried out on a nationally representative sample of the Hungarian adult population aged 16-64 yrs (br. sample 2477, net sample 2274 persons) with the age group of 18-34 being overrepresenting. The size of the weighted sample of the 18-64 years old adult population is 1490 persons. The weighted sample of the 18-64 years old population covered 1490 individuals. During the data collection in the spring of 2015 a mixed method arrangement of face-to-face and self-administered questionnaire was used. Questions related to drug use relied on our own previous research experiences (Paksi et al., 2009), the Epidemiological Model Questionnaire (EMQ) of the EMCDDA (EMCDDA, 1999, 2002) and its actual indicators related recommendations (EMCDDA, 2015b), It also reflected on the meta-analysis of drug epidemiology researches of other European countries (Decorte et al., 2009). Data analysis was implemented in accordance with EMCDDA (2002) standards. Results/Conclusions: According to our results every tenth respondent (9,9%) in the Hungarian adult population (18-64 yrs) has already consumed illicit substances at least once. The last year prevalence rate of illicit substances is 2,3% whilst the last month prevalence rate is 1,2. Most of them consumed marijuana/ hashish, which is followed by xtc, synthetic cannabinoids, amphetamines and new stimulants. Whilst studying the social-demographical risk factors of drug use we should highlight the age specific and urbanisation patterns together with the role of cultural and economic status as well as impulsivity.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)541-565
Number of pages25
JournalMagyar Pszichologiai Szemle
Volume73
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2018

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Hungary
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Population
Epidemiology
Cannabis
Research
Amphetamines
Urbanization
Cannabinoids
Impulsive Behavior
Sample Size
Meta-Analysis
Surveys and Questionnaires
Age Groups
Economics

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