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Our aim was to develop a filter that efficiently removes spore-forming bacteria and is also likely to be acceptable for use by people who inject drugs (i.e. quick, simple and not spoil the hit).
Original research | 2016
Harm reduction, Safer supply, About PWUD, Injecting tablets
Philadelphia launched a Police Assisted Diversion (PAD) program to address the highest rates of poverty, incarceration, and fatal overdose among large cities in the U.S.
Original research | 2022
Social services, Housing, Crime, Justice system/law enforcement, Illegal drugs

The key goal of this guide is to help harm reduction organizations and drug policy advocates hire and work with active drug users

Guidelines | 2010
Policy/Regulatory, About PWUD, Workplace, Substitution/OAT, Peer/PWLLE program involvement, Harm reduction
For PWID, intersectional experiences of stigma and other social vulnerabilities may influence their experiences navigating medical care.
Original research | 2021
About pharmacists, About PWUD, Barriers and enablers, Poverty, Illegal drugs, Stigma
Webpage | 2020
Safer supply, Advocacy
this study aimed to understand the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on LGBTQ2S youth at risk of, and experiencing, homelessness in the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada and surrounding areas.
Original research | 2021
About PWUD, Housing, Youth, 2SLGBTQI+
To identify implementation barriers and facilitators to the adoption and implementation of programs that provide opioid agonist treatments (OAT) with methadone and buprenorphine to treat opioid use di
Original research | 2021
Safer supply, About prescribers, Justice system/law enforcement, Substitution/OAT
Experts running safer supply programs in Ontario provide an overview of their programs; program participants share experiences
Archived webinar | 2020
Safer supply, About prescribers, About PWUD
Dr. Mark Tyndall presents about MySafe - an innovative safe supply project which uses biometric dispensing technology to provide registered users with safe supply hydromophone
Archived webinar | 2020
Overdose, Safer supply
We aimed to estimate Canadian national time trends in opioid-related mortality from 2000 to 2017 and opioid-related hospitalization and emergency department visits between 2000 and 2012.
Original research | 2021
Overdose, Mortality, Evidence base, Hospitals
Letter | 2020
Policy/Regulatory, Safer supply, Advocacy
This study sought to investigate the possible relationship between recent naturalistic psychedelic use and subsequent daily illicit opioid use among people who use drugs (PWUD).
Original research | 2022
About PWUD, Outcomes, Illegal drugs
Alberta Health Services is committed to providing a patient-focused, quality health system that is accessible and sustainable for all Albertans.
Policy | 2020
Clinical guidance, Policy/Regulatory, About prescribers, Illegal drugs, Hospitals
This resource provides information and recommendations to chronic pain practitioners and patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guidelines | 2020
Withdrawal, Clinical guidance, Harm reduction, About prescribers, Chronic pain
The objective of this study was to qualitatively explore Philadelphia-based low-barrier, harm-reduction oriented, opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment provider perspectives about and experiences with t
Original research | 2021
About prescribers, Barriers and enablers, Substitution/OAT, Transitions in care/treatment, Digital health
To evaluate the effects of the SAMSHA exemption on methadone adherence and OUD-related outcomes.
Original research | 2021
Policy/Regulatory, About prescribers, Outcomes, Substitution/OAT
The aim of this article is to systematically and critically review the arguments and counterarguments about the definitions of disaster, crisis, and emergency to date
Original research | 2016
Overdose, Advocacy
As Peer Recovery Specialists are likely serving individuals disproportionately affected by the pandemic, it is important to understand how COVID-19 has affected the PRS role and the individuals with S
Original research | 2021
About PWUD, Social services, Peer/PWLLE program involvement, Digital health

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