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Ice Induced Psychosis: a Literature Review and a Prevalence Study in Local Ice Abusers
Research (R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 160050
Project Approved in 2016
Project Description

This is a research study investigating the prevalence of psychiatric comorbidity in a group of Methamphetamine (“Ice”) users in Hong Kong. The objectives are to determine the prevalence of Ice induced psychosis (IIP) and psychotic symptoms in local users, to examine the prevalence of mood and anxiety disorders in Ice users, and to conduct a literature review on IIP to analyse the risk factors, frequency, symptoms, pathomechanism and treatment of IIP.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$909,955.90
Grantee
Department of Psychiatry, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Project Duration
18 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Other
Beneficiary Group
Drug dependent person
District
Territory-wide
Research (R)
Project Approved in 2016
This is a research study investigating the prevalence of psychiatric comorbidity in a group of Methamphetamine (“Ice”) users in Hong Kong. The objectives are to determine the prevalence of Ice induced psychosis (IIP) and psychotic symptoms in local users, to examine the prevalence of mood and anxiety disorders in Ice users, and to conduct a literature review on IIP to analyse the risk factors, frequency, symptoms, pathomechanism and treatment of IIP.
Situations and associated factors of psychoactive substance use among men who have sex with men in Hong Kong
Research (R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 160051
Project Approved in 2016
Project Description

An anonymous cross-sectional survey will be launched to investigate the profiles of local men who have sex with men engaging in and/or intending to engage in psychoactive substance use, and the multi-dimensional associated factors (e.g. influence of social media and peers, cognitive variables and psychosocial variables) with psychoactive substance behaviours and/or intention.

Project Status
Completed
HK$ Approved Grant
$560,933.20
Grantee
Centre for Health Behaviours Research, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Project Duration
16 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Other
Beneficiary Group
High-risk youth
Sexual minority
District
Territory-wide
Project Deliverable
Project Deliverables / Information Type Descripition Download
Research Report Research Report pdf
Executive Summary Executive Summary pdf
Executive Summary (Chinese) Executive Summary (Chinese) pdf
Archive PDF
Research (R)
Project Approved in 2016
An anonymous cross-sectional survey will be launched to investigate the profiles of local men who have sex with men engaging in and/or intending to engage in psychoactive substance use, and the multi-dimensional associated factors (e.g. influence of social media and peers, cognitive variables and psychosocial variables) with psychoactive substance behaviours and/or intention.
Understanding Drug Abusers and Their Healthcare Pathway: Towards Better Management in Hong Kong
Research (R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 160052
Project Approved in 2016
Project Description

This is a hospital-based study to investigate the characteristics of drug abusers requiring medical care through Accident and Emergency Department attendance. The study aims at identifying and understanding the drug abusers in-depth so as to characterise and improve the subsequent downstream clinical pathway of drug abuses as well as to guide the development of a new model of medico-social collaborative interventions for drug abuses in future.

Project Status
Completed
HK$ Approved Grant
$2,300,115.00
Grantee
Department of Pharmacology & Pharmacy, The University of Hong Kong
Project Duration
24 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Other
Beneficiary Group
Rehabilitee
Drug dependent person
District
Territory-wide
Project Deliverable
Project Deliverables / Information Type Descripition Download
Research Report Research Report pdf
Executive Summary Executive Summary pdf
Executive Summary (Chinese) Executive Summary (Chinese) pdf
Archive PDF
Research (R)
Project Approved in 2016
This is a hospital-based study to investigate the characteristics of drug abusers requiring medical care through Accident and Emergency Department attendance. The study aims at identifying and understanding the drug abusers in-depth so as to characterise and improve the subsequent downstream clinical pathway of drug abuses as well as to guide the development of a new model of medico-social collaborative interventions for drug abuses in future.
Can uncaria rhynchophylla alleviate damages produced by ketamine?
Research (R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 160053
Project Approved in 2016
Project Description

Under this research project, the research team would do experiments on animal models so as to investigate the effect of uncaria rhynchophylla as an potential therapeutic intervention for ketamine damage, or whether it can replace ketamine as another abuse agent, and provide evidence for the underlying mechanism of effect of uncaria rhynchophylla on the central nervous system.

Project Status
Completed
HK$ Approved Grant
$1,295,820.00
Grantee
Hong Kong College of Technology
Project Duration
24 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Other
Beneficiary Group
Rehabilitee
District
Territory-wide
Project Deliverable
Project Deliverables / Information Type Descripition Download
Research Report Research Report pdf
Executive Summary Executive Summary pdf
Executive Summary (Chinese) Executive Summary (Chinese) pdf
Archive PDF
Research (R)
Project Approved in 2016
Under this research project, the research team would do experiments on animal models so as to investigate the effect of uncaria rhynchophylla as an potential therapeutic intervention for ketamine damage, or whether it can replace ketamine as another abuse agent, and provide evidence for the underlying mechanism of effect of uncaria rhynchophylla on the central nervous system.
Social Impact Assessment on Healthy School Programme
Research (R)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 160054
Project Approved in 2016
Project Description

The objectives of this research project are to develop a Social Impact Assessment framework suitable to the Hong Kong context to illustrate the relationship between inputs, outputs, and outcomes of the Healthy School Programme with a Drug Testing Component (HSP(DT)); assess the social value of HSP(DT) by different elements of the programme; and ensure that development in HSP(DT) can maximize its benefits and minimize its costs.

Project Status
On-going
HK$ Approved Grant
$1,640,552.74
Grantee
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Centre for Suicide Research and Prevention, The University of Hong Kong
Project Duration
18 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Other
Beneficiary Group
Secondary school student
District
Territory-wide
Archive PDF
Research (R)
Project Approved in 2016
The objectives of this research project are to develop a Social Impact Assessment framework suitable to the Hong Kong context to illustrate the relationship between inputs, outputs, and outcomes of the Healthy School Programme with a Drug Testing Component (HSP(DT)); assess the social value of HSP(DT) by different elements of the programme; and ensure that development in HSP(DT) can maximize its benefits and minimize its costs.
Project N.E.T. II-drug prevention in hostel and community service
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 150001
Project Approved in 2015
Project Description

The project aims at enhancing self-image and self-confidence of high-risk youth who are living in hostels as well as enhancing their relationship with the families through provision of counselling and support services. Activities include art therapy, skill enhancement or interest groups and animal assisted activities / therapy and home-based visits etc.

Project Status
Completed
HK$ Approved Grant
$2,264,924.00
Grantee
The Salvation Army Social Services Department
Project Duration
24 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Other
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Multi-media activity
Professional counselling / Psychological assessment / Psycho-therapy
Supportive service / Mutual support group / Peer programme / Volunteer programme
Other
Beneficiary Group
High-risk youth
General public
Parent
District
Territory-wide
Project Deliverable
Project Deliverables / Information Type Descripition Download
Completed Project PowerPoint (Chinese) Completed Project PowerPoint (Chinese) pdf
PowerPoint File for Experience Sharing Session (Chinese) PowerPoint File for Experience Sharing Session on 18 December 2017 (Chinese) pdf
Archive PDF
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Project Approved in 2015
The project aims at enhancing self-image and self-confidence of high-risk youth who are living in hostels as well as enhancing their relationship with the families through provision of counselling and support services. Activities include art therapy, skill enhancement or interest groups and animal assisted activities / therapy and home-based visits etc.
Good Youth Life, Goodbye Drugs
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 150002
Project Approved in 2015
Project Description

The project aims at enhancing the anti-drug awareness and self-confidence of the high-risk youth in Sham Shui Po through performance-based training. The trained youth will be involved in open performance.

Project Status
Completed
HK$ Approved Grant
$339,800.00
Grantee
Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong
Project Duration
21 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Other
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Guided tour or visit to drug rehabilitation programme
Professional counselling / Psychological assessment / Psycho-therapy
Supportive service / Mutual support group / Peer programme / Volunteer programme
Vocational training / Aftercare service
Other
Beneficiary Group
Secondary school student
High-risk youth
General public
District
Sham Shui Po
Project Deliverable
Project Deliverables / Information Type Descripition Download
Completed Project PowerPoint (Chinese) Completed Project PowerPoint (Chinese) pdf
Archive PDF
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Project Approved in 2015
The project aims at enhancing the anti-drug awareness and self-confidence of the high-risk youth in Sham Shui Po through performance-based training. The trained youth will be involved in open performance.
Continuation of the Path-finding Adventure Project (PAP - 2016/18) – an integrated screening and non-labelling secondary prevention program for students at high risk of substance use
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 150003
Project Approved in 2015
Project Description

The project aims at identifying high-risk secondary school students through a validated screening instrument for provision of intervention. The project includes primary prevention programmes for secondary school students, and secondary prevention programmes for identified high-risk youth including adventure-based activities, path-finding workshops, follow-up experiential activities and definitional ceremony, etc.

Project Status
Completed
HK$ Approved Grant
$2,505,108.82
Grantee
Centre for Health Behaviours Research, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, Faculty of Medicine, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Project Duration
24 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Academic institution / School
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Multi-media activity
Professional counselling / Psychological assessment / Psycho-therapy
Supportive service / Mutual support group / Peer programme / Volunteer programme
Other
Beneficiary Group
Teacher
Parent
General youth
High-risk youth
District
Territory-wide
Project Deliverable
Project Deliverables / Information Type Descripition Download
Completed Project PowerPoint Completed Project PowerPoint pdf
Archive PDF
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Project Approved in 2015
The project aims at identifying high-risk secondary school students through a validated screening instrument for provision of intervention. The project includes primary prevention programmes for secondary school students, and secondary prevention programmes for identified high-risk youth including adventure-based activities, path-finding workshops, follow-up experiential activities and definitional ceremony, etc.
「飛越藍天」 – 生活技能為本禁毒教育計劃
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 150004
Project Approved in 2015
Project Description

The project aims at providing anti-drug preventive education for students, including those with special education needs. Roving anti-drug school seminars and roving anti-drug community seminars will be conducted to disseminate anti-drug messages.

Project Status
Completed
HK$ Approved Grant
$1,061,129.50
Grantee
Community Drug Advisory Council
Project Duration
18 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Other
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Other
Beneficiary Group
Secondary school student
Tertiary school student
General public
District
Territory-wide
Project Deliverable
Project Deliverables / Information Type Descripition Download
Research Report (Chinese) Research Report (Chinese) pdf
Completed Project PowerPoint (Chinese) Completed Project PowerPoint (Chinese) pdf
Archive PDF
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Project Approved in 2015
The project aims at providing anti-drug preventive education for students, including those with special education needs. Roving anti-drug school seminars and roving anti-drug community seminars will be conducted to disseminate anti-drug messages.
"Blazing Spirit" Youth Ambassador Programme cum "Your Choice" Nano-movie Competition
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Beat Drugs Fund Project No. 150005
Project Approved in 2015
Project Description

The project aims at raising the anti-drug awareness of young people through a short movie competition. The project comprises workshops on script-writing and nano-movie making, and a prize presentation ceremony. Youth ambassadors will be recruited and trained to spread anti-drug messages to community members in various districts.

Project Status
Completed
HK$ Approved Grant
$1,292,800.00
Grantee
Hong Kong Association of Youth Development Limited
Project Duration
16 Month(s)
Grantee Type
Other
Project Activity
Workshop / Seminar / Sharing session
Multi-media activity
Other
Beneficiary Group
Secondary school student
General public
District
Territory-wide
Project Deliverable
Project Deliverables / Information Type Descripition Download
Completed Project PowerPoint (Chinese) Completed Project PowerPoint (Chinese) pdf
Videos (Chinese) Award winning micro-films (Chinese) pdf
Archive PDF
Preventive Education and Publicity (PE&P)
Project Approved in 2015
The project aims at raising the anti-drug awareness of young people through a short movie competition. The project comprises workshops on script-writing and nano-movie making, and a prize presentation ceremony. Youth ambassadors will be recruited and trained to spread anti-drug messages to community members in various districts.
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