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STUDY 2003 PDF file 130Kb
What happens when heroin supplies dry up?
The 2001 'heroin drought' in Australia can be seen as a test of what might happen if enforcement authorities dramatically reduced heroin supplies in a country with a thriving heroin market patronised by an established population of heroin addicts.
STUDY 2002 PDF file 155Kb
Drug users who continue to inject still respond well to hepatitis C treatment
UK guidance from NICE and the Department of Health on the treatment of hepatitis C infection may need to be revised in the light of studies showing that drug users who continue to inject can nevertheless respond well to the treatment.
STUDY 2008 HTM file
Needle exchange coverage key to reducing infection risk
Californian research demonstrating that needle exchanges which prioritise giving out as much injecting equipment as needed have visitors who are more adequately supplied which in turn reduces the risk of transmitting blood-borne diseases.
STUDY 2008 HTM file
High risk of overdose death for opiate detoxification completers
Findings from Italy and Australia warn that detoxification without throughgoing stabilisation, preparation and aftercare is too often a band-aid measure which risks more harm then good.
STUDY 2001 PDF file 188Kb
Outcomes from GP methadone maintenance in Britain match those from specialist clinics
Findings from Liverpool make a valuable addition to a limited UK evidence base confirming that outcomes from addiction treatment by well-supported GPs are at least as good as those achieved by specialist clinics.
STUDY 2001 PDF file 193Kb
Lasting benefits of drug treatment in England
The NTORS study shows that substantial improvements in crime and drug use seen by the end of the first year after starting drug dependence treatment persisted to five years, though a large minority of the sample were still regularly using illegal drugs.
SERIES OF ARTICLES 2001 PDF file 3944Kb
Overdosing on opiates
The most thorough review to date of the greatest risk posed by illegal drug use in Britain. An international team of authors analyses the causes and how to prevent opiate overdose deaths.
REVIEW 2001 PDF file 1041Kb
Overdosing on opiates part II: prevention
Based on a painstaking analysis of the causes of opiate overdose, an international team investigate ways to curb the increasing death rate. Key message: the deaths are preventable, and preventing them is within our reach. All it takes is some stretching.
IN PRACTICE 2001 PDF file 280Kb
Monitoring with MAP: the Maudsley Addiction Profile
Broad-ranging yet brief with a research pedigree and tailor-made for Britain, MAP is fast becoming the gold standard in routine outcome monitoring. The chief MAPmaker describes his creation.
STUDY 2001 PDF file 163Kb
Change of gear needed if needle exchanges are to combat hepatitis infection
Implications of a Swedish study which confirmed fears that needle exchanges successful against HIV may not prevent hepatitis infection, and one in Scotland which highlighted sporadic exchange attendance as a major impediment to disease prevention.
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