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This study investigates how social workers in harm reduction services for PWUD in Sweden understand the concept of harm reduction and how it relates to goals of rehabilitation, and how they assess

Original research | 2023
Harm reduction, Social services

The aim of this study was to gain new knowledge of the situation of parents of teenage children with drug use.

Original research | 2023
Parents/caregivers, Stigma, Illegal drugs, Youth
Report | 2023
Overdose, Mortality
Commentary | 2023
About PWUD, Equity

Our aim was to evaluate the feasibility of naloxone transit via drone to provide rapid access at the point of care.

Original research | 2023
Digital health, Overdose

This study provides more recent evidence on prescription opioid misuse among Black Americans.

Original research | 2023
Equity, About PWUD, Rural/remote
Handout | 2023
Safer supply, Indigenous

This paper reviews data from four key areas identified as relating to the use of opioids, and the creation of guidelines including (a) the surge and decline in opioid prescribing, (b) sham distinct

Original research | 2022
Policy/Regulatory, Hesitancy of prescribers , Chronic pain, About prescribers

We report on a preliminary investigation into the relationship between partisan media consumption (PMC) among U.S.

Original research | 2023
Policy/Regulatory, Equity, Stigma

The National Overdose Response Service (NORS) is a Canada-wide telephone-based harm reduction service.

Original research | 2023
Overdose, Digital health, Harm reduction

This study aims to assess the association of community social vulnerability and community prescription opioid availability with individual non-fatal or fatal opioid overdose.

Original research | 2023
Overdose, Equity, Housing

Public attitudes, and factors that influence attitudes towards safer supply programs (SSPs) must be considered as they impact policy and funding decisions.

Original research | 2023
Safer supply, Policy/Regulatory, Stigma

We hypothesized that officers with more positive attitudes and practices would be more likely to report the perceived support of their supervisors.

Original research | 2023
Harm reduction, Legal system/law enforcement

We sought to describe and report aggregate outcomes of drug checking services (DCS) operating in North America.

Original research | 2023
Drug checking

We quantified prevalence of fentanyl in street methamphetamine and cocaine, stratified by crystalline texture, analyzing samples sent voluntarily to a public mail-in drug checking service (May 2021

Original research | 2023
Illegal drugs, Drug checking, Stimulants

This study aimed to assess agreement between self-report and urine toxicology measures assessing use of 2 illicit simulants (methamphetamine and cocaine) during early pregnancy.

Original research | 2023
Stimulants, Parents/caregivers

Transitional times in opioid use, such as release from prison and discontinuation of opioid agonist treatment (OAT), are associated with health harms due to changing drug consumption practices and

Original research | 2023
About PWUD, Transitions in care/treatment, Injecting drugs, Hospitals

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