The Dopinglinkki net service provides information and expert advice on doping issues. It is intended for fitness enthusiasts who use doping substances, their family members and friends, and professionals from different fields who meet users of doping substances in their work. The service is produced by the A-Clinic Foundation.
Dopinglinkki is funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture (2009–), Ministry of Social Affairs and Health (2009, 2011 and 2012) and Funding Centre for Social Welfare and Health Organisations (STEA) (2010, 2013-). The service was developed together with the Finnish Center for Integrity in Sports FINCIS.
Contents of Dopinglinkki
The website is available in Finnish, Swedish, English and Russian. The language version can be changed from the drop-down menu on the top right corner of the website.
Click on the icons on the top right corner of the page to search the contents or to print a page. You can use the icons on the left to share the contents on social media.
You can move to the different sections using the navigation bar at the top of the page. Your current location on the site is underlined in the navigation bar. The content menu is on the left side of the front page of each section. By clicking a menu title, the contents under that title opens with further possible selections.
The Info bank includes research-based articles on doping substances written by experts. In the Quick Information list you can find information about the properties of doping substances and their adverse effects at a glance.
Dopinglinkki uses Webropol as its survey and data collection application. The use of the pages is monitored with Google Analytics.
Copyright to the contents of the site are retained by the Dopinglinkki service. Content may be quoted provided that the source is given.