Access to Controlled Drugs for Medical Purposes, While Preventing Diversion and Abuse (GLOK67)

The United Nations Office for Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) is leading a coordinated global response to improve the access to and availability of controlled drugs for medical purposes. The aim is to increase the number of patients receiving appropriate treatment for conditions requiring the use of that specific medication, while controlling the abuse and diversion of those substances.

This Joint Global Programme on "Access to Controlled Drugs for Medical Purposes While Preventing Diversion and Abuse" (also known as GLOK67) is the result of the cooperation between UNODC, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC).

Areas of focuses for this work:

  1. Legislative and policy-makers
  2. Building capacity for healthcare professionals
  3. Working with the community and care givers

UNODC helps Member States to address major impediments that contribute to the underuse of controlled medicines.

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HEALTHCARE PERSONNEL

 

POLICY-MAKERS

 
   

Healthcare professionals and Ministries of Health in focus countries are the direct beneficiaries of the Global Programme.  UNODC, the WHO, UICC and the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) provide recommendations and tools to help healthcare personnel in improving accessibility and availability and at the same time preventing diversion and abuse.

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Policy-makers are vital in ensuring the availability and access to controlled medications as they design, oversee implementation and monitor policies and regulations. With policy-makers involvement, countries can overcome barriers to the accessibility and availability of controlled drugs. UNODC, WHO, UICC and INCB have additional information to facilitate the work of policy-maker.

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PUBLIC, INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES

 

UNODC ROLE, WORK AND PUBLICATIONS

 
   

This section is designed to provide the public and individuals with general and basic information about the Joint Global Programme and highlights the content of the Discussion Paper and the Reports issued by UNODC, WHO, UICC and the INCB.

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The United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime works actively on the Joint Global Programme, GLOK67. In this section, we describe our work, recommendations for Member states and next steps, together with the publications on this matter.

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PUBLICATIONS

 
   

The Joint Global Programme, GLOK67 is one of the programmes in which the Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section of the Drugs and Health Branch within UNODC  currently works on. In this webpage you can access publications issued by the UNODC in regard to the accessibility and availability of controlled drugs.

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