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Research Findings on the Effectiveness of Anti-Drug Training Programme for Teachers


In 2014, CDAC conducted a piece of research on the effectiveness of the anti-drug training programme for teachers. We were also invited to present the research findings in The 9th Mainland, Hong Kong and Macau Conference on Prevention of Drug Abuse, and it was also published in the Thesis Collection.



Acknowledgement:
We gratefully acknowledge The Hong Kong Council of Social Service for providing the electronic copy of the ¡§2015 National Conference on Preventive Treatment of Drug Abuse¡¨.

- Updated on¡G15/12/2015

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The 30th Annual General Meeting

The 30th Annual General Meeting of our agency was held on 9th December, 2015. The Officers and Members of Executive Committee for the year 2015-2016 are as follow:

Chairperson
Dr. FUNG Cheung Tim
Vice-Chairpersons
Ms. LEE Yuk Chi
Dr. CHOI Man Yan, Teresa
Honorary Secretary
Mr. LEUNG Yau Wing
Honorary Treasurer
Mr. LAI Wing Cheong
Committee Members
Prof. SIVAN Atara
Mr. TONG Nai Wing
Ms. CHAN Suk Yan

- Updated on¡G 14/12/2015

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Training / Education Programmes

CDAC offers both Chinese and English educational programmes that aim to increase knowledge of drugs and examine individuals' attitudes and values towards drug misuse. We also aim to increase participant's repertoire of skills to deal with societal and peer pressures. The programmes are designed to be more experiential and interactive, involving brainstorming, games, role-play and we encourage discussions. This formatting encourages participants to be more proactive and enthusiastic, hence creating an enjoyable environment through which learning can result.

CDAC's target audience includes students, teachers and parents. Innovative programmes are also conducted for different community sectors, which include tertiary institutes, social service agencies and government departments. These programmes benefit a variety of participants such as nurses, social workers, community workers, university students, policemen and volunteers.

The educational programmes conducted at schools range from interactive smaller group workshops to Form-based or School-based audiences. All are tailor-made to cater for the different ages, needs and requirements of its recipients. Furthermore, they elaborate on up-to-date information resources and topics.


2014 Programme Application Form

- updated on 24/09/15

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Submission to the LEGCO Panel on Health Services Concerning E-cigarettes


In view of the rapid increase in the sales and usage of e-cigarettes, our organization attended and voiced our opinions on the issue at the Legislative Council Panel of Health Services Meeting on 6th July, 2015 at 14:00. For details of our submission please refer to the link below.

Download¡mLegislative Proposal to Prohibit E-cigarettes¡n

- Updated on¡G 20/08/2015

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2013-2014 Annual Report


The Annual Report for 2013-2014 of our Council are available for your perusal. You are welcome to browse with the link below:

Download¡mCommunity Drug Advisory Council Annual Report 2013-2014¡n

- Updated on¡G 15/01/2015

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Other Resources


CDAC Publications

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