drugsight was created in 2011 by Tony D’Agostino’s training and consultancy business as an option for developing a community of learners that could interact at any time, so extending the learning and support they had received in training even further. It is also a place where people can access unbiased and ad-free information on drugs and share ideas and developments from the drug field itself.
Membership is open to practitioners, interested individuals and students, though anybody can read the information in the public groups or comment on the articles.
The general ethos behind drugsight is that there are no quick answers or solutions to todays complex drug problems and that any progress in this area will need to be co-operative, with all agencies, families, users and groups working together.
We hope you take part and find something of interest in this area.
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Tony D’Agostino was a lecturer in social psychology at Nottingham Trent University and has an MSc in Research Methodology. He is also an accredited practice teacher and was an assessor at South Bank University. Tony has undertaken numerous research projects for various organisations and universities including Imperial College, London. At present he runs his own drug and alcohol training business.