Neil McKeganey, director of the Centre for Drug Misuse Research, said: "There are a number of areas where we should be concerned.
What does CDMR stand for?
CDMR stands for Centre for Drug Misuse Research (est. 1994; University of Glasgow; Scotland, UK)
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- Cesarean Delivery on Maternal Request
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- California Disaster Medical Response Plan
- Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program
- Carpet Dealer Management System (Sicklerville, NJ)
- Centraal DRIP Management Systeem (Dutch traffic management)
- Central Data Management System
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Speaking about the need for improved drug policy, Neil McKeganey, Director of the Centre for Drug Misuse Research in Glasgow, said: "We need a much greater willingness to recognise past failures and difficulties and a more mature attitude towards drug and alcohol policy.
Underpinning all of this, according to Professor Neil McKeganey of the Centre for Drug Misuse Research at the University of Glasgow, is the evolution of an increasingly tolerant attitude towards drug use over the past 20 to 30 years.
One of the study's authors, Prof Neil McKeganey of Glasgow University's Centre for Drug Misuse Research, described the findings as "shocking" and said more had to be done to educate children about the problem.
Prof McKeganey, director of the Centre for Drug Misuse Research in Glasgow, said: "There is a real problem with the so-called legal high drugs being developed so rapidly now that our current drug laws - which are based on banning specific named drugs - simply cannot keep up.
But that strategy has failed, says Neil McKegany from the Glasgow-based Centre for Drug Misuse Research.
The nationwide study, which began in 2003, was conducted by the Centre for Drug Misuse Research and Health Protection Scotland (HPS).
Dr Neil McKeganey, director of the Centre for Drug Misuse Research in Glasgow, said: "The finding that there are more methadone-related deaths than heroin-related in 10 of the 14 health board areas shows something is very wrong with the system for providing drug users with methadone.